Burning box urban media: A thesis exploring the roles of pop culture, temporary values, and mass media upon a disposable architecture.
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In order for architecture to survive in a disposable society, it must be able to adapt to ever-changing user needs, social trends, and surrounding context. Through the use of kinetics, and applied popular imagery and iconography, it will become possible for a building to metamorphose visually and physically. Over time, the building will become a chameleon within the urban environment, changing color, form, and meaning, to meet each new consumer trend.