The Dreamweb is a response to Washington, D.C.’s National Mall, defying the social limitations imposed by the city’s architecture and urban planning.
The city’s prescribed organization of imposing, yet generic, landscapes and buildings gives the illusion of freedom, epitomizing a global phenomenon.
The Dreamweb is a composition of voids and implied forms carved out of the National Mall, a counterpoint to its typical monumental objects.
Spaces have subtle and flexible definitions; people must engage each other, the structure, or themselves to generate and express ideas.
The Dreamweb celebrates anomalies, disruptions, and diversity. Users are encouraged to make the structure their own.
By dissolving the distinctions between landscape, infrastructure, and technology, the Dreamweb becomes all three to create a truly free space.