Design for the ACADIA 2011 Project Exhibit. Taking cues from localized cloud conditions and weather simulations, this project explores surface definition and articulation through the manipulation of flat stock materials.
Client: Devington Communities Association
Principal Investigators: Jason Johnson, Joshua Taron
Collaborators: Wil Marquez (W/Purpose)
Project Budget: n/a
Research Assistants/ Project Team: Jodi James, Matthew Parker
Funding Agencies: URGC/University of Calgary
Re:Connect Devington is a proposal for adaptive reuse of an abandoned railroad corridor in Indianapolis. The project deploys cellular patterns and swarming structures to produce an urban agricultural park. Circulation, structure and program are distributed via a parametric cellular system and connected through swarming protocols.