This website aims to unveil the result of a long work of research and experimentation still in progress to this day, at the crossroads of theoretical issues on the one hand and architectural issues on the other, aimed at demonstrating the potential of curved architectural geometries.
If in architecture inflexion has already been a serious topic for various theoretical figures, from Robert Venturi to Greg Lynn via Bernard Cache, the field of possibilities remains immense compared to the ultra-dominant orthogonal frame of reference.
Mathematically speaking, the inflexion point is an intrinsic singularity within a curve, located at the precise location of the change in curvature.
More broadly, the inflexion as applied to the architectural form paves the way to all possible writing flexibility by bringing built structures in resonance with the organic nature of both geological and biological worlds establishing the basis of our natural environment.
The inflexion thus makes it possible to insert an additional linguistic dimension allowing new modes of articulation for all the parameters which the architectural project echoes;
this must be understood on the widest possible spectrum of possible configurations, hence the need to multiply the demonstrations of its application to architecture for all the uses that it comes to frame within our societies.
All projects are prospective in order to open up the field of possibilities in as many directions as possible.
Thus opens this ode to inflexion dynamics, designed to be open and generous while remaining firmly anchored in reality and contextualized whenever the opportunity is given to it.
It is published here from several angles ranging from the diagrammatic process of project conceptualization to the full three-dimensional review of modeled architectural elements, through the different modes of representation specific to the architectural graphic repertoire.
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