Intercurrences: Intervening Design Strategies
Intercurrences are intervening design events that occur within the spatial and structural boundaries of the built environment. 'Between' and 'within' are terms that no longer conform to past design strategies: 'between' and 'within' are now intercurrences that challenge all assumed or conventional limitations of design.
This exhibition of selected projects from Philadelphia University’s innovative Nexus design programs integrates animation, architecture, graphic design, industrial design, interior design, landscape architecture, and textile design, and features projects from Sabin+Jones LabStudio and Thomas Jefferson University’s MEDstudio@JEFF. Within these intercurrences, designers synthesize their research and design ideation and apply their knowledge of typology, program, function, form making, planning, human behavior, construction, materials, building systems, acoustics, lighting, and sustainable tactics within the context of home/house and the built environment.
Exhibition Coordinator: Donald Dunham, AIA, Philadelphia University College of Architecture and the Built Environment