|Ricky Titus at the UFM’s School of Architecture|
For the second consecutive time and as a result of his success in the Far Eastern International Digital Architectural Design Award 2005, a project by Ricky Titus will be published in the
Distinguishing Digital Architecture, the book of the contest.
Transmutational Sequences is the name of Titus project that made it to the contest
and, for that reason it will be included in the mentioned book.
Ricky Titus is a student at the School of Architecture in Universidad Francisco Marroquín and he will graduate next November.
[ book] of the contest is completely documented with text and colored illustrations. The winning projects provide an excellent perspective of the last developments in the field of digital design and represent an invaluable source for all of those who use new media in their work.
The Prize displays the best projects made by architects, students and designers from two dozen different countries. These projects explore digital concepts such as computers, information, electronic means and hyper, virtual and cyberspace with the objective of defining and discussing the future of space and architecture in the digital era.