ASSEMBLY STRATEGIES
ASSEMBLY STRATEGIES
ASSEMBLY STRATEGIES

Assembly Strategies

Within the first version of our JOYN RESIDENCY program, Pedro Serrano tried to imagine a world in which innovative tools like the JOYN MACHINE could address infrastructure needs in a local and sustainable way, creating an experimental vision that investigates how parts of our built environment could be produced in the future.

This year the residency program was supported by Ministerio Cultura Artes Patrimonio Chile.

ASSEMBLY STRATEGIES
ASSEMBLY STRATEGIES
ASSEMBLY STRATEGIES
ASSEMBLY STRATEGIES
ASSEMBLY STRATEGIES
ASSEMBLY STRATEGIES

The exhibition shows constructions that loosely deal with problems commonly encountered in the architectural design process: Statics, balance, order, and the inherent building language derived from the limitations of the constructive system. These constructions are self-contained spatial configurations that have no site or client. They are speculative explorations of type and use. Further, some of them do interact with a second material. These brief interactions point to the endless possibilities to expand the method of the used system.

Pedro Serrano studied architecture at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, graduating in 2016. He has since worked in different architecture offices, developed private commissions, and completed collaborations with artists. His focus is on alternative modes of practice in construction and design.
mail: hi@pese.works / instagram: @_pese

ASSEMBLY STRATEGIES
ASSEMBLY STRATEGIES
ASSEMBLY STRATEGIES
ASSEMBLY STRATEGIES
ASSEMBLY STRATEGIES
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