We are the networked individuals: the modern person no longer dwells but rides networks instead.
Our world is different than before, we are different, and our society is different. Our dependence on technology has changed us, changed the way we see and experience the world. Vernacular methodologies of architectural design do not recognize this ontological shift, and as a result, fail to create for us the necessary environment for modern culture to prosper.
More then ever we are surrounded by the invisible, the un-drawable, and the non-physical, non-Euclidean fundamentals that surround us and allow us to live the lifestyles we create for ourselves. This project is an exploration into a new relationship between ourselves and the spaces we inhabit: it recognizes that we now emit our architectural boundaries, we now manipulate our spatial programs to our will, we appropriate the places we inhabit and define and re-define our architectural agency based on what we need and when we need it.
The following works display a series of project that explore this proposition in the context of hedonism. Specifically Ibiza: a social and cultural anomaly of loose morals and experimental ideologies; a freedom of expression and a liberation of repression; it is a right of passage for generation y and a ritualistic event that opens ones eyes to new experiences and new understandings. These moments of time, transitory events, and meaningful occurrences creates a perfectly suited environment for an architecture that is suitable for the digital nomad.