Eniatype explores the nexuses of ecological, notational, instructional and aesthetical design visions, models for unpacking the complexities in our environment. To achieve this all contingent things are considered, delivering a new sense of our local and global environments, one that privileges the drama of the possibilities and impossibilities of a non-reductionist, non-localised and non-anthropocentric view. An approach that opens up the potential for a challenging environment and ultimately an architecture that is communicative and projective.
Since 1997, when home computers first became ubiquitous for architecture students, I have been designing reflexive architectures over split sites, two or more locations that fold in on itself, through the shifting relations of artificial onto natural. Recent projects include Ecological Stoppages on the River Thames, Remote Hiking Centre in Lancashire and an Innovation Pavilion in Milano - a synthesis of extrapolation and acceleration to revea