urbalize:

Larrisa Fassler’s work uses different conventions of maquettes, plans, sections, elevation and projections to map the most banal and unimaginative areas through the practices of every day life. She also aims to undermine the rationality of architectural measure by re-working units of data with of length and height with “number of footsteps” or “me+arm+hand”. Fassler maps cities into new systems of connections and networks that trace relationships rather than geographical location, to emphasize topological over topographical information

urbalize:

Larrisa Fassler’s work uses different conventions of maquettes, plans, sections, elevation and projections to map the most banal and unimaginative areas through the practices of every day life. She also aims to undermine the rationality of architectural measure by re-working units of data with of length and height with “number of footsteps” or “me+arm+hand”. Fassler maps cities into new systems of connections and networks that trace relationships rather than geographical location, to emphasize topological over topographical information

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