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Anđela Karabašević, Vladislav Sudžum

AKVS architecture

http://www.ak-vs.com/

Magnolija 21, Belgrade, Serbia
Anđela Karabašević and Vladislav Sudžum are architects with a background in mathematics. Their research is focused on the phenomena of architectural atmospheres and the scientific basis for atmospheric processes in architecture. Together they won the Second Prize Award for Kamendin Social Housing Competition in Serbia (2015), Special Mention at the international competition D3 Housing Tomorrow 2013, and the Second Prize Award at the competition for the RTS Memorial in Belgrade, Serbia (2013).

Museum of Unsettled Air


Computational Simulations of Architectural Atmospheres

Museum of Unsettled Air


Computational Simulations of Architectural Atmospheres
The architecture of our future will dissolve into dynamic aerial fields of its digitized environment.

Architecture is essentially fragile - it emanates energies, vibrates, evaporates into thin air, ages and respires. The unstable matter of air that constitutes its spaces determines our spatial experiences. In the age after representation, we believe that advanced digital technologies should be employed in exploring the atmospheric dimensions of architecture, towards its more sensuous, human oriented future.

Museum of Unsettled Air is an imaginary space of digitally constructed atmospheres. It is a virtual research platform for precise exploration of spatial experiences. Unconfined with anything else, but the power of mind, the museum seeks for better understanding of reality, as it simulates real life atmospheric phenomena. By transcending the visual hegemony of today, we aim to reveal the intangible architectural rhythms that mediate our experience of the world, bringing us significantly closer to comprehending and constructing ethereal atmospheric processes in the future.



Museum of Unsettled Air - drawings

Indian Summer Dusk - light temperature 2800K

Rainy Afternoon - raindrop speed 8m/s, raindrop diameter 4-8mm

Hazy Dawn - fog density 80m

Museum of Unsettled Air


Computational Simulations of Architectural Atmospheres

Museum of Unsettled Air


Computational Simulations of Architectural Atmospheres
The architecture of our future will dissolve into dynamic aerial fields of its digitized environment.

Architecture is essentially fragile - it emanates energies, vibrates, evaporates into thin air, ages and respires. The unstable matter of air that constitutes its spaces determines our spatial experiences. In the age after representation, we believe that advanced digital technologies should be employed in exploring the atmospheric dimensions of architecture, towards its more sensuous, human oriented future.

Museum of Unsettled Air is an imaginary space of digitally constructed atmospheres. It is a virtual research platform for precise exploration of spatial experiences. Unconfined with anything else, but the power of mind, the museum seeks for better understanding of reality, as it simulates real life atmospheric phenomena. By transcending the visual hegemony of today, we aim to reveal the intangible architectural rhythms that mediate our experience of the world, bringing us significantly closer to comprehending and constructing ethereal atmospheric processes in the future.



Museum of Unsettled Air - drawings

Indian Summer Dusk - light temperature 2800K

Rainy Afternoon - raindrop speed 8m/s, raindrop diameter 4-8mm

Hazy Dawn - fog density 80m


Idea by

Anđela Karabašević, Vladislav Sudžum
AKVS architecture
Magnolija 21
Belgrade
Serbia
Anđela Karabašević and Vladislav Sudžum are architects with a background in mathematics. Their research is focused on the phenomena of architectural atmospheres and the scientific basis for atmospheric processes in architecture. Together they won the Second Prize Award for Kamendin Social Housing Competition in Serbia (2015), Special Mention at the international competition D3 Housing Tomorrow 2013, and the Second Prize Award at the competition for the RTS Memorial in Belgrade, Serbia (2013).