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PLAYscapes Competition Honourable Mention



The aim of Blush is to utilize technologies of implanted computation and constant calculation in order to propose new modes of visual, spatial, and formal interaction while simultaneously utilizing forgotten gap-spaces within any city. As any space is only transformed into a place when occupied, Blush is transformed into a space unique to its inhabitants.  Blush challenges contemporary explorations in organization and circulation in urbanism through the exploitation of underutilized and inefficient circulatory spaces that cause stagnation within any urban centre.

 

The project team comprises of a student team from the University of Kentucky: Harrison Broadhurst and Kendall Latham

Harrison Broadhurst said, “The aim of Blush is to utilise technologies of implanted omputation and constant calculation in order to propose new modes of visual, spatial, and formal interaction while simultaneously utilising forgotten gap-spaces within any city..

 

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