Anete Egle – BA (Hons) Architecture
Anete researched biological systems and their intrinsic qualities within urban contexts such as cities and towns. Her research has informed third year work into experimentation with biological and crystal use in structures to inform materials and possible spaces that counteract the traditional square grid and forms that architecture normally employs in its expression.
Thus, energy injects life, processes and transformations into the inanimate world of matter, and thus into the world of architecture.
(Fernandez-Galiano, 2000, p.4)
Fernandez-Galiano, L. (2000). Fire and Memory: On Architecture and Memory. Cambridge: The MIT Press.