algorithmic modeling for Rhino
HyperSpace dB is a workshop that focuses on the challenges of an acoustic design vignette using digital tools. Acoustics add an extra dimension to space; it may superimpose temporal hyperspaces within a physical Euclidian space. Multi-dimensional aural spaces are the very essence of the Egyptian culture and can be comprehended by being immersed within sonic dynamic qualities. The adopted unique overall theme is ‘HyperSpace decibel’, aiming to create three distinct sets of installations, one that introduces sound, one that uses the existing sound in a space, and one that creates a visual sculpture that responds to sound. One of each set will be installed within an exhibition space in the Bibliotheca Alexandrina, creating three different acoustical arenas within one space.
The AA Alexandria Visiting School will be working closely with the Library of Alexandria ‘Bibliotheca Alexandrina’, which has a long history of research and research collaboration. In addition, ENCODE studio will be collaborating with the school in the fabrication and assembly process through their connections with workshops around Alexandria.