Meteorological data is often collected at the large scale; what happens at the architectural scale?
The translation of weather data can be in the form of a contoured landscape for legibility
A thermometric device, with eight thermometers at one-foot intervals captures the subtle microclimates of an aluminum and glass enclosure on a cold winter night
The aluminum and glass enclosure reveals thermal profile of various materials
A second thermographic device, with probes laid out on a grid, directly translates temperature discrepancies into a perpetually variable landscape--a direct-read thermoscape
Detail of sliding metric bar with brass pistons