Building materials, Aluminium, 'Formal Disassembly', Recycling, Building Technology, Architecture
This project seeks to understand matter through the environments it creates. These environments, created through production, end-use, and disposal, extend to the scale of the world, the territory and the product. In a globalized world, the separate environments of a single material are highly external, and while we may know where a material comes from, the consequences of its extraction and manufacture are out-of-site, out-of-mind. This externalization is evident for Aluminum, which has a diverse and often contradictory range of environments.
Anderson, Noah, "MATTER DIS//ASSEMBLED: Revealing the Economies and Ecologies of Aluminum" (2018). Architecture Thesis Prep. 360.
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