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Falling House plays with notions of the absurd through the portrayal of a continuously changing burning building. The perception of time as a linear construct is altered as the house is first destroyed in flames and then, played backwards, the house is perceived to be constructed by the same flames that destroyed it. Fire is the catalyst for change and renewal but also becomes an integral part of the material fabric of this building. 

In collaboration with Jack Wates and Ricardo Vincentini

- Exhibited in Cities Methodologies; Building on Fire: Towards a New Approach to Urban Memory, Slade Research Centre, April/May 2014.

- Published in Engaged Urbanism: Cities and Methodologies, I.B Tauris, December 2016. 

- Featured in Architecture and Fire: A psychoanalytic Approach to Conservation.

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Falling House. Stills from the film depicting the reverse construction of the building by fire.

Published in Engaged Urbanism: Cities and Methodologies, I.B Tauris, December 2016.

by Jack Wates, Rocio Ayllon, Ricardo Vincentini.