Simplicity and complexity through a progressive ordering system
Master of Architecture
Proportion is a way to perceive a whole world as parts, and to change the parts into a system in terms of human thought. As a relationship between form and number, meaning can be eliminated and then, reinvented by human intelligence to interpret the world continuously, but formation of order and disorder always exists by themselves. Therefore the thesis is to research the possibility of how a system, which has its own rule set up initially, makes up its own meaning and form in terms of a proportional concept which is self-referential, growing pattern, and order and disorder through several attempts. To give form to number and number to form, the process in which a unit was set up, and changed, varied with simple permutations several times, and get a number of forms and shapes, then give order and name to make complexity from simplicity and pattern from seeming chaos is done. And in doing so, there are two ways to represent the order in a system: space progression and time progression.