depressing typological shapes
...the idea of depressing typological shapes into an established solid base.
00052501 mesh surface model perspectives
00052502 virtual studio models perspective
Since revisiting the Bernini double theater that I read about almost 25 years ago, I've come to greatly admire the creative fecundity of double theaters as both a means and an end within the creative process. There is something almost magical about working with a vehicle/medium where there are literally twice the possibilities and where inversion (of self, for example) and mirroring (again of self, for example) provide, again, double the possibilities. Or is it all just 'too much play(ing)' in what is really just a virtual place?
07052501 Infringement Complex Plus Ultra model
07052502 Infringement Complex Plus Ultra perspectives
07052503 Infringement Complex Plus Ultra perspectives
Fruchter House plan plus other Kahn plans
14052501 Suburban Poché plan 22002 context
14052502 Girard Collage plans 44002 in situ
14052503 Circle Squared Museum plans 22002 in situ