Michel Rojkind presents a series of projects illustrating his interest in the idea of contagion in architecture. He discusses projects of varied scales, spanning his career, elaborating on the broader implications of the work. Rojkind stresses existing urban conditions, proximity and interface with other design proposals, and extreme requirements for execution.
Video Archive | Contagion (2)
Ming Fung introduces Michel Rojkind’s explorations in architecture and music as evocations of emotion and images. Rojkind describes his interest in the concept of contagion in architecture, which he relates to a comfort with the discomfort of unusual frictions in his work. He presents a museum proposal in which a platonic cube is unfolded onto a treacherous mountainous site.