YO:MA CONCRETE OR BEACHES, THE DEATH AND RISE OF ARCHITECTURE. FROM SAND YOU HAVE COME. TO SAND YOU SHALL RETURN.FROM A BROAD PALETTE OF WONDROUS MATERIALS THAT IMPLODES THE LIMITATIONS OF STANDARD SOLUTIONS, YOU SHALL RISE AGAIN. THE WORLD CAN'T SUSTAIN ONE-WAY THINKING, JUST AS IT CAN'T SUSTAIN ONE-WAY CONSUMPTION, AS THIS LEAVES THE WORLD TREMBLING ON ONE LEG, CREATING A SHAKY FOUNDATION.IN THE SAME WAY THAT THE STEAK ON YOUR PLATE IS FINDING ALTERNATIVES, SO IS THE SANDWICH ELEMENT OF THE WALL. WHAT WAS ONCE LIMITED BY A GIVEN IS NOW A DIVERSE PALETTE OF OPTIONS, ALLOWING FOR FURTHER CONSIDERATIONS INTO LOCAL RESOURCES, CLIMATE, AND THE NEEDS OF PEOPLE, AND IT ALL SEEMS BEAUTIFULLY CHOREOGRAPHED AS THE VARIOUS ELEMENTS ALIGNS, REWINDING ARCHITECTURE AND THE WORLD AHEAD.
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AN AUTONOMOUS SPACE FOR UNCERTAINTY


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2017
Heldenplatz Hofburg, Vienna 

Studio Hani Rashid, University of Applied arts, Vienna
Andy Striezenec, Silvia Nanu, Mathias Juul Frost
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The VO[I]X is a space that confronts the individual and questions the very foundation society is built upon, establishing a spatial landscape that becomes an incubator for discussion and further iteratively defines and (re)defines the perspective from which we approach the future. 

Inspired by Bertolt Brecht, breakage of the fourth wall, which serves as an invisible “barrier” that glues a play and an audience together subconsciously, an illusional reality - the breakage pushes the audience out, creating an in-between space for conscious reflection on the play. 

As part of society, an individual lacks the proper distance to be able to reflect on his surroundings. 
The breakage of the fourth wall serves as a metaphor, pushing the individual into a conscious 
relationship to society.