DisjointLayering: Phylum1

Phylum (generative typology)
Through these cases, a taxonomy (Phylum) is being generated that takes advantage, in all of its radical dimensions, of the dichotomy internal mass/external mass(Focillon.)
Each Phylum entails a specific genetic process.
“Rather than knowing how a certain shape is achieved, the question is to grasp how to proceed in order to further develop it.”.

Disjoint Overlaying
General description
Overlaying of different strata, each with distinctive qualities, making a unified whole.
Disjointed internal partitions, yielding the specific characteristics of each stratum.

Two types of Disjointed Overlaying:

1. Intercalating — Piercing through

2. Surrounding — Dislocating

Arnoldo Rivkin / ENSAV

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