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Constantinos Miltiadis, Gerriet K. Sharma

http://studioany.com

Kronesgasse 5/3, Graz, Austria
Constantinos Miltiadis is an architect and computational designer, currently an assistant at the Institute of Architecture and Media of TU Graz. His work is experimental and interdisciplinary, focusing on expanding the scope of architecture. Gerriet K. Sharma is an electronic music composer and researcher at the Institute of Electronic Music of Kunst Uni Graz. His work focuses on spatial audio and sculptural sound phenomena in computer music.

Virtual ecologies


experimental approaches to immaterial spatiotemporal environments

Virtual ecologies


experimental approaches to immaterial spatiotemporal environments
Intangible immaterial sensible environments
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Architecture has traditionally dealt with spaces that we can conceive and build. What if, however, we can conceive of, and experience spaces beyond what we can build? There is indeed a class of spaces that are perfectly sensible, however impossible to materialize in the physical world. Virtual reality and spatial audio, allow us today to create synthetic spatiotemporal environments that extend sensibilities already present and relevant in architecture and music. Building on latent sensory potential, works of sculptural music or virtual architecture uncover a new paradigm and a vast domain for experimentation. More importantly, this expanded field of architecture unveils an equally latent and unexplored aesthetic potential. Such experimental and interdisciplinary approaches on post-physical-world immaterial environments often challenge traditional notions of architecture. One thing however is for certain: virtual and mixed reality environments are the architecture of the future to come.


Virtual presence - project Anywhere

Actions in virtual worlds - project Anywhere

Gerriet K. Sharma's concert at the Sklupturen-Museum Glaskasten Marl.

The IKO speaker in a concert setting at ZKM Karlsruhe

Participant in a Virtual Spaces Master Studio exhibition

Virtual ecologies


experimental approaches to immaterial spatiotemporal environments

Virtual ecologies


experimental approaches to immaterial spatiotemporal environments
Intangible immaterial sensible environments
File under

Architecture has traditionally dealt with spaces that we can conceive and build. What if, however, we can conceive of, and experience spaces beyond what we can build? There is indeed a class of spaces that are perfectly sensible, however impossible to materialize in the physical world. Virtual reality and spatial audio, allow us today to create synthetic spatiotemporal environments that extend sensibilities already present and relevant in architecture and music. Building on latent sensory potential, works of sculptural music or virtual architecture uncover a new paradigm and a vast domain for experimentation. More importantly, this expanded field of architecture unveils an equally latent and unexplored aesthetic potential. Such experimental and interdisciplinary approaches on post-physical-world immaterial environments often challenge traditional notions of architecture. One thing however is for certain: virtual and mixed reality environments are the architecture of the future to come.


Virtual presence - project Anywhere

Actions in virtual worlds - project Anywhere

Gerriet K. Sharma's concert at the Sklupturen-Museum Glaskasten Marl.

The IKO speaker in a concert setting at ZKM Karlsruhe

Participant in a Virtual Spaces Master Studio exhibition


Idea by

Constantinos Miltiadis, Gerriet K. Sharma
Kronesgasse 5/3
Graz
Austria
Constantinos Miltiadis is an architect and computational designer, currently an assistant at the Institute of Architecture and Media of TU Graz. His work is experimental and interdisciplinary, focusing on expanding the scope of architecture. Gerriet K. Sharma is an electronic music composer and researcher at the Institute of Electronic Music of Kunst Uni Graz. His work focuses on spatial audio and sculptural sound phenomena in computer music.