‘Similar Difference is an architectural prototype introduced as a parallel relationship between dimension and function, where proportion is relative to use. It is composed of empty compartments, built-in objects and compositional pieces, which could be assembled to create new objects.
The composition consists of 182 compartments accessible in two directions. There are two components of 91 compartments which merge at the diagonal of void squares or the line of reflections. The built-in objects and compositional pieces within the prototype are adapted to the many different aspects of living such as games, furniture, kitchen and dinning utensils, work and building utensils and so on.
Dimensions: 207.4 cm / 207.4 cm / 44.0 cm / 5.5 cm
Materials: Full Wood (laminated panels)
Awards: -‘Honourable Mention Award’ – Nagoya Do International Design Competition, Nagoya, Japan, 1998.
-‘Mention Speciale du Jury pour la Créativité’ – Biennale pour l’Art Contemporain Africain Dak’ART, Dakar, Sénégal, 2000.
Production: Limited Series (9 Samples)