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Spanish Academy in Rome - Italy - 2017

Computational Baroque is a study into Borromini’s San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane. The project results in the formation of new and endless structures based on the geometrical logic of the church's original dome. 

These studies serve as a critical lens to explore computational and parametric tools in architectural discourse, revealing spatial and geometric idiosyncrasies of Baroque architecture, and in turn, those of the computational discipline.

The Rome Prize is awarded by the Spanish Academy in Rome, Italy. 

3D models of explorations

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