### BRIEF:

Recursion in mathematics is stated as a function that is defined by being applied within itself.

In other words, the initial conditions are repeated in itself until a satisfactory outcome has

been achieved. The power of recursion evidently lies in the possibility of defining an infinite set of

objects by a finite statement.

In architecture, the role of recursivity has been translated often into a merely aesthetical

exploration rather than for solving complex problems with simple rules. This assignment

wants to investigate applications and implications of looping and recursive strategies to

reframe the generation of architectural spaces.

CONCEPT 01 – USING COCOON TO MAP THE POINTS

CONCEPT 02 – USING VOXELS

ANT-I-REALITY is a project of IaaC,

Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia Student: DEEPAK SUNDARAM Tutor: Rodrigo Aguirre Assistant: Daniil Koshelyuk, Nikoleta Mougkasi