Master of Architecture
Copy-and-Paste is a self-sustaining system generating sameness in different locations. The same urban grid, the same outfit, the same house, the same car appear everywhere; copies of each other pasted all around. Copy-and-Paste is there, unquestioned, and seem-to-be arbitrary. This thesis explores and experiments copy-and-paste as a design method, applied strategically, considering the already existing condition and its own potentials, to create beneficial architectures and environments, while introducing a bit of disturbance to the system to turn it back over itself.