• Eric Randall Art + Architecture •
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Hot + Cold : MIT M.Arch Thesis

HOT+COLD : Physical and Atmospheric Phenomena in Antarctica

This thesis aims to generate an awareness and visibility to the oscillating physical and atmospheric ephemera of this continent, while using the internal and external extrema of a research installation as a performative bridge between architecture and environment. Through granting a variety of sensorial experiences, this station will help instill strong desires to change decision making processes of individuals and other political bodies, while raising questions of personal and institutional responsibility.

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