Nassim Eshaghi (Iran),
George Kontalonis (Greece),
Jared Ramsdell (USA),
Rana Zureikat (Jordan)
Tutors: Patrik Schumacher, Mirco Becker
Code  is situated within the studio agenda for a semiological campus that views architecture as a frame to order and adapt society, while pursuing architectural distinctions and differentiation that have cognitive intelligibility embedded within the proposal. Code  challenges the traditional campus typology that exists today, by looking into education, society, environment and networks. The project deals with a proto-campus that is not site specific, yet it is context-specific. Dealing with urban sites that have embedded culture and activities, relationships on the micro and macro level, social behaviour and architectural typology, the project proposes a deployable system that can reconfigure into any environment and function as a flexible and interconnected campus. The synthesis is a new definition of a campus, one that is set within today’s environment and society.