The objects displayed in the ‘Objects of Desire’ Exhibition at the MODA in Atlanta are not buildings, but can be seen as an investigation into the processes that will soon enough have an impact on the building community.

Rift-Object of Desire Exhibition- Anonymous Studio

The computer has created a new way of understanding our world,  and in turn has created the ability for the designer to produce that which was previously inconceivable.

The objects displayed in the ‘Objects of Desire’ Exhibition at the MODA in Atlanta are not buildings, but can be seen as an investigation into the processes that will soon enough have an impact on the building community. Concepts such as modules, sections, and pattern are various ways of extracting from the computer the information needed for the designs to become manifested in reality. Coupled with these modes of transcription, the designers seemed to be extremely specific with materials, their limitations and assets. Each of the projects utilizes the materials they are made of as an integral part of their designs and utilized their attributes as friction for their forms.

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