Gijs Van Vaerenbergh's Labyrinth of Boolean Voids in Genk, Belgium. Image © Filip Dujardin

Gijs Van Vaerenbergh’s Labyrinth of Boolean Voids in Genk, Belgium. Image © Filip Dujardin

Accessibility and mobility. When perceived through the architectural lens, these terms often evoke a range capped by two extremes. On the one end, the flexibility of circulation systems; the universality of egress networks; and the technicalities of minimums and maximums. On the other end, a project’s capacity to support broad ranges of socioeconomic narratives; its malleability in the face of rapid fluctuations of program and function; and its reactivity in maintaining a productive role amidst the ebbs and flows of societal dynamics. 

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