Things Fall Apart

This project proposes a network of education outposts that reflect the power of natural processes and the broader contingencies they create. The internal volumes of the precedent Bundanon Art Museum are replaced with a single porous concrete volume that is eroded by the river and an internal erosion system that systematically directs rainwater, allowing the landscape to inform the spatial organization of the structure. Lines of triangulation corrupt the grid-like tectonic frame, skewing spatial volumes to connect outposts visually and direct the visitor towards outdoor classrooms that mark the movement of sediment over time.

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