EXTENDED SPATIO-TEMPORALITIES OF SILK-BASED TUBE WEB
High distribution of spiders is in the cities of Australia, Brazil, and America, including Queensland, Chicago, and Florida. People scare of the spider for the unexpected experience even in the shower and bite by a toxic spider, and some bite even causes death. However, their contribution to maintaining the balance of the ecosystem, such as hunting harmful insects then avoid infectious disease is usually overlooked. Moreover, their silk is of great value simultaneously. Therefore, it is vital to foster a healthy relationship between human and spiders and to create an infrastructure to integrate city with spiders. Thus, our research proposed to explore the possibility to create a spatial-temporal construction that affords a mediation between human and spiders. Moreover, a multi-function spider silk farm system is thought to be conducted on the building fabrication. Then, a thinking of how we mobilize spider’s metabolic process in architecture become our primary target.