Site Installation
Landscape Architecture

Knitting involves a collection of links that colluminate to create a fabric plane.
Slip Stitch Bricks interrogates the ways in which the qualities of the knitting process
might translate to the tectonics of a ceramic assembly. It is driven by
a desire to produce effects of variable porosity, transparency, and lightness
while understanding the limitations of fired clay with regards to flexibility
and tensile strength.
The ‘bricks’ produced thus far have allowed us to experiment with combinations
that display multiple densities and appearances while maintaining
a certain material economy by using a built in hole or void as a major
space-defining device.

Design Team: Farhad Mirza, Zach Cohen, Siobhan Feehan Miller

Tight Knit

Loose Knit

Aggregatation Prototypes