Archive for March, 2011

Root Pavilion

Wednesday, March 9th, 2011

ae.i.ou Design Project, 2007

This project proposes a pavilion f0r the Botanic Gardens at the University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus. The space serves as a porous destination, where students and visitors observe and inhabit the rhizosphere -- the region of soil where roots, fungi and microorganisms interact symbiotically, stimulating growth and nutrient absorption. The Root Pavilion allows students to learn about this essential zone by experiencing a distorted column field that supports mock up roots that hang above the same plants encountered on the ground surface.

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Des-control de Acceso

Wednesday, March 9th, 2011

Controlled access study... Featured in the SRJP III exhibit at the Arsenal Museum of San Juan. CLICK HERE

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Exhibition | UPR Architecture School

Wednesday, March 2nd, 2011

ae.i.ou timeline, 2006-2011

In February 2011 ae.i.ou set up an exhibition at the University of Puerto Rico, School of Architecture.  The exhibit includes all of ae.i.ou’s past and present explorations ranging from the series PR Post-Montage to more current analyses of social, political and economic information.

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