In the Trajectories series, the idea that design can be an explicit response to gravity went beyond the conception of discrete forms being considered as force fields and began to touch on ideas of how the Cartesian nature of rectilinear space may provide the backdrop for the manifestation of an essential expression of the gravity of form.

Within this thinking, the concept of a spatial trajectory was considered as being a physical representation of the potential ‘lines of force’ which could map the inherent dynamics that lie dormant within a space. The intention of these works was to explore how, through a minimum of means, it may be possible to inscribe Cartesian space with lines of energy and a suggestion of the invisible forces of nature.