Academic year


Could people's facades or masks be transparent? Would they still be considered masks? Would they be useful?

The idea of ​​the student consists of creating a pneumatic publication, an inflatable structure in which the user interacts and lives a unique experience while reading the content of a book when he is inside. That structure, in turn, becomes the user's own mask towards the world.

The objective of the project is to rethink the architecture of the facades, and how they relate to the facades of the people. For this I used the concept of the pneumatic architecture whose facades are transparent. The idea is to build a pneumatic publication, an inflatable structure which you have to get into to be able to read it, thus being a book and a mask at the same time.