Thesis

Fashion is inextricably tied to the current market’s demands, available production techniques, and societal desires, and, thus, of the moment that it spawns from. This season’s Haute Couture will be prêt-à-porter by the next, and the ideas of fashion will have evolved to create new desires for the current season.  Architecture, on the other hand, is often slow to react to change and rarely infiltrates media fast enough to create a desire for itself. Digital design subverts the traditional sluggish flow of information and allows architecture to adapt and create in real-time. Design can be streamlined as relative decisions are made and then run in the background to further allow designers to evaluate the next level of complex issues. Haute Couture fashion and parametric architecture share the thread of being overly-designed and for ideal conditions. However, the role that both play is not in the resolved flair of the runway show, but rather their dissolved reception in reality.

 

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Fashion is inextricably tied to the current market’s demands, available production techniques, and societal desires, and, thus, of the moment that it spawns from. This season’s Haute Couture will be prêt-à-porter by the next, and the ideas of fashion will have evolved to create new desires for the current season.  Architecture, on the other hand, is often slow to react to change and rarely infiltrates media fast enough to create a desire for itself. Digital design subverts the traditional sluggish flow of information and allows architecture to adapt and create in real-time...

 

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Graduate Year 2

Advisor(s)

Craig Borum / Keith Mitnick

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