Drone ColliderLiving inside an ecology of athletic robots
Drone Collider is an architecture that anticipates a future where athletic robots of all kinds are the most ubiquitous mobile technology. The project translates an original "spatial catalog" consisting of diagrams for the co-existence of humans and drones into an R&D/ education/ performance/ scientific program organized to encourage interchange between the various users and programs. The continuity of the spaces aims to blend the black of the drone to the white of the human into a zebra pattern of coexistence.
Designed as a student at Columbia University GSAPP (Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation) a part of Advanced Studio 6: Desert Power taught by Benjamin Aranda, Stephanie Lin and Joaquin Bonifaz