The Irrational Real: A manual for Atomistic Architecture- Cara Liberatore, Harvard GSD

 

One of our favorite things about architecture is its ability to take any concept, and interpret it through the lens of the built environment.  And some of the most far out concepts come from grad students, especially those at some of the top schools, and rightly so.  Check out Cara Liberatore’s project, that seeks to codify a built environment into a rational categorization, and then break that down into an irrational representation of those pieces of information.

STUDENT: Cara Liberatore
PROFESSOR: Timothy Hyde
SCHOOL: Harvard GSD
CLASS: M. Arch Thesis
YEAR: Spring 2012

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