”While the human identity itself is undergoing transformation, and while a collaborative mind and consciousness are connected and replacing the unit mind and solitary consciousness of the old order of Western thought, the architecture is seeking a new strategy if it wants to bring useful ideas about living and interacting worldwide.
(Ascott, 2002, p.37)”
_Of all the meanings that surround the word PAX, the one that entices us the most is the translation – people, or simply participant.
PAX, as participants, or agents for change, as inconstant as human nature and the own nature of the project, that from the collaborative work among its members and external partners, makes each design consist of a single organism, as all become agents, contributing each with its experience. Looking at the design practice to accommodate the unpredictability of human occupation, allowing subversion of the initial designs of the project.