Art Two, 2020
Art Two, 2020
Art Two, 2020
Computation Art, 2016
Heirloom - the Idea, 2016
Heirloom - the Idea, 2016
Heirloom - the Idea, 2016
Typology Study Rowhouse + Yard
Case Study Siemen's AG HQ,
SPILL IT! 2011
Urban Study: St. James Town, 2010
Urban Study: St. James Town, 2010
OAA Logo, 2009
Walkable Strip, 2009
Walkable Strip, 2009
Walkable Strip, 2009
High Street Study: Bloor, 2009
High Street Study: Stroget, 2009
High Street Study Stroget, 2009
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Studio Sketches
Studio Sketches
Idea Dry, 2009
City Imagined, 2003
Self Portrait in Red, 2006
Sunset at Sunset Beach, 2007
Checker Breakdown, 2004
Sylvia, 2007
Ron, 2006
Art Elementary
Art Elementary

Zeroth Dimension of Design

THE ETERNAL IDEA

 

It is not science. It is not art. It may be theory, but it is not a fact. It is not linear, and certainly not planar. Nor is it geometrical, and definitely not in time. It is immune to finance because policies can’t define. Below the first dimension, it is immeasurable. Without an edge, it must be discontinuous. Without physical existence, it may become nothing. But in this nothingless, one thing stands discrete; it is the idea that lives.

The Tribute of the Light rose through the ashes of Ground Zero. The light is unlike any others in the City that Never Sleeps. The World Trade Center stood taller than ever those very nights. It stood with the most open floor plates and the most unimpeded vertical spaces. It stood without a sway and without political agendas. Most importantly, it stood as a token of strength, freedom, and memorial. We will never forget the events of September 11. Remembrance and respect will stand eternal in the world of the zeroth dimension.