VEX.L is a modular space station developed through an algorithmic aggregation process. The aggregation strategy favors homogeneous and distributed growth around a main void or center of gravity. Its floating position in space allows free growth in all directions and strong modularity is driven by the absence of gravity, i.e., the absence of spatial constraints. The modules have the main structure that connects them to each other and are designed according to the number of exposed facades.








VEX.L is a project of IAAC, Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia developed in the Master in Advanced Architecture 2021/22
Students: Angelo Desole, Gianmarco Paglierani
Faculty: Andrea Graziano and Eugenio Bettucchi