Concentrating on wax as the primary material, a study was carried out into how a new construction methodology could emerge using the difference in densities between water and wax.
From the beginning of architecture, students have learned about the tectonics that hold a structure together; with this project the intention was to go against this basic essential understanding of structural characteristics by exploring how a fluid component, such as melted wax, could become the structure on its own. Working against gravity, it became the foundation, the structure and the roof at the same time. This idea is very efficient and sustainable due to the possibility that it could allow architects and engineers to stop using concrete and start exploring other materials for the primary structure, such as porcelain or any other suitable light material that does not need spanning capabilities.
Another impact of this study is its locational flexibility over different mediums, such as the ability to build under water. The fact that it is economical and time efficient due to the fast methodology of construction also makes this exploration worthy.