Division and Multiplication is a study of building and inhabitation in inner Melbourne by Nigel Bertram and Kim Halik. A series of 15 ordinary buildings from inner Melbourne are investigated through analytical drawing and photography. These examples reveal certain things about the process of dividing and occupying space, and the idea of division. A productive tension is observed between the different logics of building and planning within a speculative grid-city framework.
Collaborators: Kim Halik