The development of this proposal was thought about from the perspective of a spider, inter-connecting spatial volumes with various webs. From an arachnid’s perspective habitable space is completely dependent upon the entanglement of various volumes within its web; for without it their ability to hunt, travel and survive are greatly inhibited. Once constructed, a web has exponential ability to expand and entangle various other forms that build to its clustered composition.
A spider’s web serves as a means to interconnect various nodes and fill the spatial voids between them. The proposal is an arrangement of various solid modules that have been “entangled” or intertwined in the similar ideology of a web structure. The recursive nature of the individual web components ties the pieces in to a uniform structure that allow it to be understood as a single web entangling various solid forms. The entangled forms then begin to interact at the human-scale highlighting interactive moments like sitting climbing upon.
Each of the units possess the ability to meet a variety of spatial functions. From a pragmatic sense, they can provide seating, shading or cover; but can also provide unique experiential moments or gestures with their dynamic form. Though the parts are highly modular, the composition is intended to appear more adaptive.