• Philippe Baylaucq, Stills from ORA;
  • Philip Beesley, Hylozoic Series;
  • thermal image;
  • Mylar branches;
  • University of Waterloo School of Architecture, Cambridge, Ontario;
  • Breathing Frond Smoke-Chamber Test series, The Leonardo, Salt Lake City, Utah;
  • Yale;
  • Michelle Addington;
  • ‘Lisegang ring’;
  • mid-wave infrared thermal photography;
  • indium antimonide detector;
  • Sylva;
  • Sibyl;
  • Iris van Herpen;
  • Paris Fashion Week;
  • Voltage haute couture;
  • Plato;
  • reticulated grottos;
  • Radiant Soil installation;
  • ‘En Vie, aux frontières du design’ exhibition;
  • l'Espace Fondation EDF;
  • ‘Leduc cells’;
  • Epiphyte Cloud;
  • Maubeuge;
  • Lille;
  • Créteil;
  • Vitruvius


Could the use of high-resolution image equipment and the thermodynamic patterns that they produce have a significant application in architectural design? Architect Philip Beesley, a professor at the School of Architecture at the University of Waterloo in Canada, describes the explorations revealed by the Hylozoic Series, a collaborative series of immersive architectural environments directed by a team from the university. He explains how the subtle effects of the works are achieved by integrating active filters into canopies and screens that create immersive, forest-like installations.