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Michał Jurgielewicz

NAS-DRA

http://www.nas-dra.com

Dyrekcyjna 10/3A, Katowice, Poland
Michał Jurgielewicz, architect with an international experience in Asia. He co-founded NAS-DRA - an experimental architecture practice/swarm, operating in the fields of research, design and technology. In his career he took part in architecture festivals, exhibitions and workshops in Poland, Italy and the Netherlands.

Behavior


The perception of space changes with our behavior, therefore we must challenge our habits to perceive and shape the environment in a new way

Behavior


The perception of space changes with our behavior, therefore we must challenge our habits to perceive and shape the environment in a new way
Only new behavior, which through challenge gives the better understanding of the surrounding, can bring the perception of future architecture.

The change/future of architecture will not begin with just the new type of form or material, but from the new behavior of its’ users and then from adaptation of technological tools to surrounding. Therefore we must understand the current environment we live in and redefine our relationship with "the natural world” which is not only sum of biological and chemical processes, but also human creations - cities, culture, internet/media, digital data, algorithms, technology, pollution and market as well. What is more, we must understand the subjectivity of our decisions - the desires and fears that shape our perception - to get to our own borders, blurred zones -physical/psyhical, from where new perceptions and then behavior arise. With all the given, being supported by robotics, open-source evolution and crowdfunding - everyone, not only architects, will challenge the surrounding with a critical and direct response to needs, desires and current conditions.


Entering the void, the street, is alike opening a browser where motives of the user must be streamed into buying - the products/lifestyle - default, generated mindset hidden under the words of success, fulfillment or beauty. #-CO2 machines/parasites/hybrids come from these dense streets where the sun light is a privilege, their behavior is coded and they are assembled from the parts bought through the same wires that distribute the lifestyle.

They only know to lurk on the steel branches hanging above the streets and spread their pieces to capture air, as much as it is possible. They wait when the night comes and neon ads flash the streets, then they embrace/entwine the colorful heat of information and inhale the pure carbon dioxide, feeding the plants covering their surface.

They took the parasite form and their being except the purchased components, offer nothing to the host (market). Small farming, reduction of noise, reduction of air and light pollution, these are the only products of their metabolism.

Behavior


The perception of space changes with our behavior, therefore we must challenge our habits to perceive and shape the environment in a new way

Behavior


The perception of space changes with our behavior, therefore we must challenge our habits to perceive and shape the environment in a new way
Only new behavior, which through challenge gives the better understanding of the surrounding, can bring the perception of future architecture.

The change/future of architecture will not begin with just the new type of form or material, but from the new behavior of its’ users and then from adaptation of technological tools to surrounding. Therefore we must understand the current environment we live in and redefine our relationship with "the natural world” which is not only sum of biological and chemical processes, but also human creations - cities, culture, internet/media, digital data, algorithms, technology, pollution and market as well. What is more, we must understand the subjectivity of our decisions - the desires and fears that shape our perception - to get to our own borders, blurred zones -physical/psyhical, from where new perceptions and then behavior arise. With all the given, being supported by robotics, open-source evolution and crowdfunding - everyone, not only architects, will challenge the surrounding with a critical and direct response to needs, desires and current conditions.


Entering the void, the street, is alike opening a browser where motives of the user must be streamed into buying - the products/lifestyle - default, generated mindset hidden under the words of success, fulfillment or beauty. #-CO2 machines/parasites/hybrids come from these dense streets where the sun light is a privilege, their behavior is coded and they are assembled from the parts bought through the same wires that distribute the lifestyle.

They only know to lurk on the steel branches hanging above the streets and spread their pieces to capture air, as much as it is possible. They wait when the night comes and neon ads flash the streets, then they embrace/entwine the colorful heat of information and inhale the pure carbon dioxide, feeding the plants covering their surface.

They took the parasite form and their being except the purchased components, offer nothing to the host (market). Small farming, reduction of noise, reduction of air and light pollution, these are the only products of their metabolism.


Idea by

Michał Jurgielewicz
NAS-DRA
Dyrekcyjna 10/3A
Katowice
Poland
Michał Jurgielewicz, architect with an international experience in Asia. He co-founded NAS-DRA - an experimental architecture practice/swarm, operating in the fields of research, design and technology. In his career he took part in architecture festivals, exhibitions and workshops in Poland, Italy and the Netherlands.