Chaline Church, Interiors Architect & Founder, Freespace Design
During my Masters in Interiors Architecture I was looking at how hoarding disorder (mental health issues) and interior arrangements relate and what we can learn. The course looked at how healthy interiors can be optimized. Air toxicity, peripheral ocular, hapticity, proximal, textural are all factors that became vital for contemporary consideration.
So, being able to use photogrammetry and 3D printing of entire filled rooms with interior objects to scale was a very visual delivery that gave me the ability to abstract, explore, test and scale academic and practical questions which would have otherwise been quite difficult to test, explain and show, because of the scale of objects and iterations required for the exploring of concepts that had never been explored from a built environment perspective.