Architecture has always operated between an abstract world of representations and the grittiness of the real world. Today, we find ourselves in a contemporary landscape where the distinction between these two categories is being challenged. Architects can increasingly ‘record’ samples of the real and use them as starting points for design. Similarly, our vision of the real may be augmented with layers of design and information. This leaves us in a situation where high tech and low tech, the visionary and the mundane, digital and analogue, as well as representation and reality exist in a messy state of continuity.
Daniel Norell is an architect, researcher and educator based in Stockholm. He is co-founder of the collaborative architecture practice Norell/Rodhe. Furthermore, Daniel is Director of the Master’s Programme in Architecture and Urban Design at Chalmers University in Gothenburg and has previously taught at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm.
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