Search

Idea by

Anna Eckes

, Poland
Author is a Cracow-based architect and digital artist, who studied previously in Lisbon, Portugal and at KU Leuven in Ghent, Belgium. Her work is focused on a relationship between architecture, virtually and technology.

Fieldstation: Brussels


Speculative future of the World Trade Center Tower

Fieldstation: Brussels


Speculative future of the World Trade Center Tower
A narrative exploration of possible futures of a nearly abandoned World Trade Center Tower.
File under
Type of project
  • New areas of operation

A narrative exploration of possible futures of a nearly abandoned World Trade Center Tower. With the contemporary conditions and trends changing so fast that we can no longer make any valid predictions, so will the Tower’s structure and the infostructure transform, reform and adapt.

Project was focused on issue of shifting technological conditions. With our contemporary environment becoming mediated through digital technologies and borders between virtuality and materiality slowly dissolving, architecture as a discipline has yet to adapt to be able to operate in these changing conditions. An exploration of a decaying Tower in the very heart of Brussels is an experiment showing a speculative future of a building extrapolated from the possibilities of emerging technologies.

There is no city, there is only density.

More about the project: www.behance.net/gallery/62182357/Fieldstation



Fieldstation: Brussels


Speculative future of the World Trade Center Tower

Fieldstation: Brussels


Speculative future of the World Trade Center Tower
A narrative exploration of possible futures of a nearly abandoned World Trade Center Tower.
File under
Type of project
  • New areas of operation

A narrative exploration of possible futures of a nearly abandoned World Trade Center Tower. With the contemporary conditions and trends changing so fast that we can no longer make any valid predictions, so will the Tower’s structure and the infostructure transform, reform and adapt.

Project was focused on issue of shifting technological conditions. With our contemporary environment becoming mediated through digital technologies and borders between virtuality and materiality slowly dissolving, architecture as a discipline has yet to adapt to be able to operate in these changing conditions. An exploration of a decaying Tower in the very heart of Brussels is an experiment showing a speculative future of a building extrapolated from the possibilities of emerging technologies.

There is no city, there is only density.

More about the project: www.behance.net/gallery/62182357/Fieldstation




Idea by

Anna Eckes
Poland
Author is a Cracow-based architect and digital artist, who studied previously in Lisbon, Portugal and at KU Leuven in Ghent, Belgium. Her work is focused on a relationship between architecture, virtually and technology.