Evolving urban landscape | Non-Euclidian Plates
Pathology-originates from the Ancient Greek
stem pathos (πάθος), meaning “experience” or
“suffering” and -logia (-λογία), “study of”.
In the Urban Landscape, paths stay fixed and rarely get shaped.
And the skyline can change only to one direction.
This fixation becomes the pathos of the space
with all its subsequent implications.
The Urban Landscape should evolve, and become
a dynamic structure that fits itself to the residing
Led by: Arch.Natanel Elfassy, Arch.Raphael De La Fontaine, Ph.D Arch Ionathan Lazovski