Architecture of Autonomy: Interactive and attractive installation for a visual identity - DesignOnWeb
The installation Architecture of Autonomy by Berlin-based artist group realities:united, which is closely connected to the installation View Folly by architect Moon Hoon, defines the space, giving the architecture a visual identity recognizable from afar
Architecture of Autonomy is a space-forming installation by realities:united, closely connected to architect Moon Hoon's View Folly installation. The outer surface and inner space are considered as independent actors, but freely connected forming a sort of strategic or symbiotic alliance
The outer shell externally displays the inner space, giving it a visual identity recognizable in the distance. The "real" space on the surface of the adjacent rear roof complements the visitor experience of the Architecture of Autonomy exterior installation by acting as a "surface attraction"
The Architecture of Autonomy installation, which initially appears to be the main focus of the ascent, on closer inspection transforms into something provisional and a gateway to another unknown experience behind it
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