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Donika Llakmani

Park Road, London, United Kingdom
Donika Llakmani graduated from the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London UK in June 2015. Having received her RIBA Part I and Part II at the AA she developed her ideas and interests into a field of holistic architecture and environmental consciousness. She advocates for constant dialogue between design, user experience, landscape and atmosphere where we can use technology and innovation to promote architecture; bringing back the sensational into architecture.

Sensational Landscapes of Datascenarios


The Transference of Experience through Invisible Architectures

Sensational Landscapes of Datascenarios


The Transference of Experience through Invisible Architectures
An architecture outside of conventional material boundaries, where particle design allows us to engineer a new level of environmental consciousness - manipulating the dialogue between body, landscape and atmosphere.

Above the visible physicality of our surrounding landscapes, lies a reality of the senses. What we do not see, we feel - yet how do we inhabit this sensual dimension of space? There is a transference of knowledge and experience through this invisible architecture of atmosphere; it is an architecture of elements: temperature, humidity, light, sound, CO, & NO2.

Built from real-time landscape recordings, we can create a contemporary dialogue between body, atmosphere and technology. For the first time in human history we can generate an architectural experience of atmospheric consciousness.

Our bodies are not static components, we adapt to our surroundings and respond to them. By beginning to design at this level we can create experiences of consciousness where invisible architectures can be understood. Our bodies become vessels for experiential knowledge, and architects become activists in this dialogue, creating data languages that breathe across the senses.



Sensational Landscapes of Datascenarios


The Transference of Experience through Invisible Architectures

Sensational Landscapes of Datascenarios


The Transference of Experience through Invisible Architectures
An architecture outside of conventional material boundaries, where particle design allows us to engineer a new level of environmental consciousness - manipulating the dialogue between body, landscape and atmosphere.

Above the visible physicality of our surrounding landscapes, lies a reality of the senses. What we do not see, we feel - yet how do we inhabit this sensual dimension of space? There is a transference of knowledge and experience through this invisible architecture of atmosphere; it is an architecture of elements: temperature, humidity, light, sound, CO, & NO2.

Built from real-time landscape recordings, we can create a contemporary dialogue between body, atmosphere and technology. For the first time in human history we can generate an architectural experience of atmospheric consciousness.

Our bodies are not static components, we adapt to our surroundings and respond to them. By beginning to design at this level we can create experiences of consciousness where invisible architectures can be understood. Our bodies become vessels for experiential knowledge, and architects become activists in this dialogue, creating data languages that breathe across the senses.




Idea by

Donika Llakmani
Park Road
London
United Kingdom
Donika Llakmani graduated from the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London UK in June 2015. Having received her RIBA Part I and Part II at the AA she developed her ideas and interests into a field of holistic architecture and environmental consciousness. She advocates for constant dialogue between design, user experience, landscape and atmosphere where we can use technology and innovation to promote architecture; bringing back the sensational into architecture.