Using Fictitious Narratives To Innovate

Using Fictitious Narratives To Innovate

A team of designers adopt an unconventional methodology for architectural design.

Lisa Baldini
  • 16 august 2010

The Protocol Architechture group uses the imaginative power of fiction to generate new architectural design ideas. Based in New York, the group creates outlandish documents from non-existent worlds and narratives that will eventually form the basis of their practice:

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