Categories of logics
How would we design a state based not on efficiency, but driven by other motivations? This project looks at redesigning the county of Sussex - one of Britain's United micro Kingdoms - through different categories of logic. For example the area around Brighton was redesigned by a logic of an obsessive and orderly society.
maps adjusted to its grid
rule 01 - THE ORDER NEEDS TO BE UPHOLD
different perception of leisure
mind the gap
symmetrical child 'policy'
all-encompassing government system & vocation oriented education system
one collective goal: an orderly graph = stable stock market
health system - personalised nutrition + no overproduction
everyday organised by colour and size . . . . . . different perception of time