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Christos Antonopoulos

MA work

Enviromatter Homeology 1.0 is a project about conditions, matter and space density and material homogeneity. It drives its inspiration from mapping techniques relying on Big Data, such as the Computed Tomography [CT scan], which allows mapping bodies as densities of matter.

The centuries-long culture to read spaces through the paradigms of geometry no longer holds.

Enviromatter Homeology 1.0 hybridises these digital mapping techniques and physical spaces. It shifts the traditional housing model of function-driven spaces, material heterogeneity, passive expression and environmental isolation, towards a condition based, matter and density sensitive, spatial occupation. It investigates issues of materiality, density, scale and resolution in a continuum that no longer separate between space, environment, and body.

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  • Christos Antonopoulos profile image
  • MA Degree

    School

    School of Architecture

    Programme

    MA Architecture, 2013

    Specialism

    ADS1

  • Enviromatter Homeology 1.0 is a project about conditions, matter and space density and material homogeneity. It drives its inspiration from mapping techniques relying on Big Data, such as the Computed Tomography [CT scan], which allows mapping bodies as densities of matter.

    The centuries-long culture to read spaces through the paradigms of geometry no longer holds.

    Enviromatter Homeology 1.0 hybridises these digital mapping techniques and physical spaces. It shifts the traditional housing model of function-driven spaces, material heterogeneity, passive expression and environmental isolation, towards a condition based, matter and density sensitive, spatial occupation. It investigates issues of materiality, density, scale and resolution in a continuum that no longer separate between space, environment, and body.

  • Degrees

  • BA (Hons) Architecture, University of Westminster, 2006–9; MA, Architecture and Digital Media, University of Westminster, 2009–10
  • Experience

  • Visiting lecturer in Computer Aided Design, University of Westminster, London, 2010–13; Architectural assistant, Hopkins Architects, London, 2010–11; Architectural assistant, Schneider Designers, London, 2008