Amidst fears from the opening of the CERN Large Hadron Collider we asked - what if the machine created a rupture in the space-time continuum, sending our world into a time flux, constantly jumping throughout time? What are we to do in a future where our notions of permanency and our preconceptions of architecture are at the brink of collapse?
From our linear understanding of time, we are forced into a fragmented plane of altering realities.
Humanity is left to adapt to the new paradigm and find new ways to live. We would have to create a new form of architecture that circumvents the flux of matter; perhaps using perishable found objects under a certain density? Our entry is an allegorical narrative confronting issues concerning social attitudes towards the built environment and concepts of ephemerality.