A Master in Morph.

Architecture is way cool. Even better are the designs spinning out of school classrooms by extremely imaginative and talented students. So, I naturally got excited when I learned of the Evolver project, a morphed wooden construction designed and executed by a team of 2nd year students from the ALICE Studio at Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne in Switzerland. The project sits strategically next to the Lake Stelli at an altitude of 8,300 feet with amazing views. Evolver’s structure mainly consists of a succession of 24 rotating frames supporting an enclosed space that visitors are encouraged to enter. As the visitor progresses through the space, a concealed but uninterrupted 720° movement is unraveling along a transformed panorama with various morphing views to the landscape beyond.

Photos by Joel Tettamanti.

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