Matrix of Compositional Artefacts: An Exploration of Compositional Predispositions
Every architect creates unique designs which help them form their individual identity as a designer.
Among architects lies a common pursuit of creating great architecture. However, across different architects, practices and designers exist distinct design processes and aesthetic preferences. Such preferences, including materiality, tectonics and other compositional layouts, can be instrumental in decision making. This thesis investigates the influences of compositional preferences and how they inform the spatial design process.
The author’s predisposition acts as a vehicle for generating the spatial design process. Through autonomous model making and reflection, it identifies a potential disposition, dissolving the box composition.