The dominant tools for designing space are moving beyond the physical construction of the city and are instead focusing on the choreography and curation of invisible fields.
These non-physical fields define how we move through space and the way we interact with each other.
What does it mean for architects to use non-physical fields as a new material for design?
Hidden inside the MoMA, an architecture of invisible fields beyond the physical spectrum has been designed to create a new layer of curated spatial definition - a new architecture.
Additional explorations below.