Experiential Morphology: The Generative Dynamics of Form and Structure, Part II

Manuel A. Báez
Bridges: Mathematical Connections in Art, Music, and Science (2004)
Pages 303–308


The "Phenomenological Garden" project is an architectural work-in-progress that is systematically exploring the morphological and integrative potential of fundamental processes existing throughout the natural environment. As part of the overall objectives of this project and the Forms Studies Unit at Carleton University's School of Architecture, students in the Crossings workshop have also carried out this exploration through projects that incorporate hands-on procedures derived from the research. These projects inherently allow for an intuitive learning process to occur through the nature of the materials and processes involved in the exploration.