FEATURED _Extracted from "Nothing vs Evrything" the opening essay of Hopscotch, rzlbd's first monograph.
rzlbd is a boutique architectural practice based in toronto founded by architect Reza Aliabadi (OAA, MRAIC, ICEO); whose work extends to designing buildings & objects, curating installations & expositions, and publishing a zine called rzlbdPOST. the practice is not just an ordinary operation that serves, rather like a positive virus, it contributes, communicates, challenges, and adapts itself to the need of project and its context.
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There is no such a thing as space; rather, space exists solely in our perception. It is the non-existence of space that elaborates our very perception of its existence. Emptiness does not necessarily mean nothingness; a void possesses a chance to become a mise-en-scene. Architecture is all about; how to treat the emptiness. It is to construct a perception, it is to create a void, to respect the space not to fill it up. _rzlbd