Architecture can be seen as movement through space, the journey of getting from point A to point B with the moving body reacting to obstacles and barriers in a constant dialogue constructing the overall experience. PostHuman derive is a design vision taking into account how technology changed our experience of space, from our bodies and abilities to the experience of the city.
The project took form of designing an Exoskeleton for Parkour performers on one scale, and the architecture their enhanced ability produced on the scale of the city which took form of a dynamic bridge across the Thames. Just like ants can form bridges with their bodies attached to one another.
PostHuman Derive is my Architectural Association Diploma Thesis Project, for more information please download my Thesis Book from the following link – posthuman_derive.