by hand

Michael Evola

Rentism has focused the world’s economy to the sale of intellectual property. Tangible objects are produced by a replicator through code. A desire has grown for what the replicator cannot replicate; the real. At the rehabilitation centre for reality, residences are greeted by a familiar environment; they work where they live. they are given a choice for occupation; farmer, sewer, maker, cook staff educate and assist patients in their physical labour. Compensation is given as access to our other amenities; the park, the museum , the recreation centre to create a friendly environment, architectural typologies are defined by archetypical forms. Our generation's desire for complexity in design, due to the abundant capabilities of the replicator is met through materiality. a super material, self supporting, insulating and service providing deforms the archetypical architecture through the nature of its web-like characteristics. Homes are hung above the workspace to provide residences the comfort of privacy. Like physical labour, real-life socializing will be exhaustive. However, full rehabilitation requires socialization. The most difficult, yet most transformative task to perform, is at the centre of each residential community; the social space.

Toronto Metropolitan Department of  Architectural Science Toronto, CA.