Leong Leong

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Rorschach Test everywhere 2007 Study Research 0 sq. ft.
While Architecture’s relevance relies on the recognition of what is familiar, Architecture’s survival relies on what will always be foreign.

The Rorschach Test is a method of psychological evaluation, not so much for seeking objective meaning, but to interpret the psychosis of the patient. The Rorschach Test is used as a device to challenge inherited predicaments within the discipline of Architecture — questioning modes of practice, techniques of production, code of values, and public perceptions.

The inkblot is neither formal nor formless. It is a formless-form, so empty of inherent meaning that it is brimming with potential content. It is a shape that acquires significance according to how it is perceived or used. Can empty formalism make more meaningful architecture?

Is Architecture’s only means to establish relevance on a global scale through its own iconography?

Project team: Dominic Leong, Jon Lott, Brian Price
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