Victoria University of Wellington
Final Project, Undergraduate degree
The title Harmoninity came from the playful relationship between musical notes to create harmonious sounds. As one note changes, another must change in relationship to that note to remain in harmony.
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This was Matthew's final project for his undergraduate degree. Along with the brief, Matthew was focusing on presentation, as a personal ambition to explore ways to merge not only multiple images but information within them.
Harmoninity is a design concept that adapted to question these boundaries and to question the boundaries of harmony as we perceive it. Through this, program and stances were created, allowing for architectural manifestation to occur. This simple idea of pushing and pulling of boundaries was explored for this project. Matthew's Harmonitity project was built in 2011.