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 used not so much to seek objective meaning as to interpret the psychosis of the patient. The Rorschach Test is used as a device to challenge inherited predicaments within the discipline of Architecture—to question modes of practice, techniques of production, codes 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 its own iconography?

Project team: Dominic Leong, Jon Lott, Brian Price
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