My architectural proposition is of shifted suspending
This concept is expressed in my final model in which triangular volumes made from foam are being shifted and then suspended using wood
I hybridized the greatest qualities of my initial design approaches as well as their materials to create a means for designing my folly that focuses on suspending, stretching, and subdividing triangular densities.
These three ideas are shown in my final model
Subdivision informs the shift of a triangular density which creates a nebulous (indefinite, unclear) overhang
and suspension of a triangular volume is reliant upon stretching
The intersection of two suspending elements create quartered spaces that form angled passageways in space that a body can navigate through similar to a labyrinth
As one weaves through triangular densities they can elevate themselves through climbing a ladder, constructed by wrapping wood. Once at the top of the ladder they can stand on a platform and look out upon the folly
Or they can become submerged by climbing down into the void space and sitting underneath a suspended triangular density.
My experimental drawing drove the idea of shifted suspending further. Rather than shifting horizontally I shifted the model as a whole vertically while suspending it from one critical point. I also tested displaying different perspectives while at the same area to expand upon my spatial and site qualities