Architectural Paragon
Architecture Undergraduate Students (Department of Architecture and Design, FAH, USJ)
Large-scale installation built in EPS foam
250 x 250 cm

“Architectural Paragon” is a captivating art installation that pays tribute to the exceptional work of the University of Saint Joseph's Architecture students. With a focus on creativity and innovation, this structure stands tall at 2.5 meters, showcasing the essence of architectural design through the intricate combination of EPS foam and cutting-edge robotic technology. 

The sculpture's imposing structure features intricate geometries, and captivating curves meticulously crafted from lightweight EPS foam. The sculpture is strategically illuminated, casting dramatic shadows that accentuate its contours and emphasize its depth. The interplay of light and form adds an ethereal quality to the installation, inviting viewers to engage from various perspectives and discover hidden nuances. To enhance the interactive experience, viewers can engage with animated projections on the surface of the sculpture, revealing the design processes of architecture, subtly immersing visitors in an architectural journey.

Architecture Undergraduate Students (Department of Architecture and Design, FAH, USJ)

The University of Saint Joseph's Department of Architecture and Design envisions a transformative educational experience that nurtures visionary thinkers and empowers them to shape the world around them. With a commitment to excellence, innovation, and sustainability, the department strives to cultivate a community of students who are deeply passionate about architecture and design. By providing a comprehensive curriculum that blends theory and practice, the department fosters a collaborative environment where students can explore their creativity, develop critical thinking skills, and embrace emerging technologies. The University of Saint Joseph's Architecture and Design department also emphasizes the importance of social responsibility, encouraging students to consider the impact of their designs on individuals, communities, and the environment.

location: University of Macau Museum of Art
01/09/2023 - 05/11/2023