This series of works brings to light the intersection of time-based structures and architectural systems.
Architecture is a prolific field for patterns in a diverse range of scales. Street pavements, indoor tiles, modulated façades, standardised measures and city grids are good examples of a sense of order.
A comparable kind of order is present in non-physical, time-based, systems: language, music, film, and literature. Guiding principles, such as rhythm, repetition or symmetry, that organise these structures are analogous, within a higher dimension, to the ones present in motionless patterns.
The Time tilings assemble both kinds of orders in a time-based, structured system.