Monday, March 15, 2010

Myles Painter

"The architecture with which I am concerned is the kind of architecture that offers up stories of its history and present incarnation through its inhabitation and social relevance. From this I aim to re-represent and transform the information discovered by research into suggestions of alternate spatial narratives through means of any medium that I feel is relevant. My practice employs the role of a conversation or story, whether imagined, fictional or genuine, between the inhabitant and their space."

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