Unbuildable structures have the capacity to make visible what it is not possible to see in the real built environment. By composing structures impossible to recreate in the material world of architecture, I explore the virtual and abstract components of physical spaces and how different layers of information interact with each other. As Giles Deleuze observes: “the virtual is not opposed to the real; it possesses a full reality by itself.” My aim with this project  is to make visible the relations and connections of the real and logical aspects in the architectural practice through a set of isometric drawings. Through these drawings I explore and attempt to discern the unstated set of rules that can create buildable complex buildings in architectural practice.

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