Chaotic Rhythm is an architectural endeavor by Abdallah Kamel that aims to redefine conventional design principles and explore the possibilities of curvilinear typology. Inspired by Zaha Hadid’s quote, “There are 360 degrees, so why stick to one?” Kamel embarked on a journey to push the boundaries of angles, configurations, and interventions in architectural form.
The project’s focal point lies in achieving the delicate balance between structural integrity through topology optimization and the pursuit of aesthetic fluidity. Kamel’s aim was to create a cliff house that transcends the traditional boundaries between interior and exterior spaces, allowing for a seamless connection and heightened permeability.
Using cutting-edge tools such as Rhinoceros 3D, V-ray, Lumion, and Adobe Photoshop, Kamel visualized and developed the design. Chaotic Rhythm currently exists as a concept, showcasing the architectural possibilities that can be explored when experimenting with the fusion of fillets and linear curves.
With no specified completion year or client mentioned, Chaotic Rhythm represents a bold exploration of curvilinear design typology, challenging preconceived notions and inspiring a new understanding of spatial aesthetics.