We are a studio involved in projects of architecture, art and design, established in Santiago, Chile. We are in a continuous process of research and experimentation in digital crafting, promoting new encounters between the technologies for projecting and the richness of the local expressed in traditional materials and techniques.
Our work methodology has two dimensions. First, we seek to systematize knowledge and observation, whether of natural, artificial, geometric or spatial, phenomena, through generative algorithms. Here parametric design is a tool to guide the planning of projects that we carry out, enabling the integration of its stages of design, development and production.
On the other hand, we have discovered an artistic dimension that connects us with our cultural heritage, through the incorporation of traditional experience and knowledge that feed and qualify the generative algorithms or DNA that we create. Exposing the unexpectedness of manual processes and local materials is a way to value what we are in what we do.
Check out gt2P’s website to learn more about them and the awesome work in progress, Dysgraphia, a series about ‘bugs’ within the 3d printed process.
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