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church machine

Today I finally got around to watching “Church Machine”, a short video project from a GSD studio run by Michael Meredith of MOS, which popped up just before Christmas. The video is the work of a student named Matt Storus and is well worth the sixteen minutes it’ll take you to watch it, as it embeds a clever critique of parametrics as an architectural medium within a rather nice piece of architecture developed using parametrics (or, perhaps it’s the other way around, and the project is embedded within the critique; the ambiguity is what’s so nice about it).

[Greg Smith has a nice bit of commentary on the video at Serial Consign; visit Storus’s blog for stills of the project and other work]

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