Wednesday, 28 November 2012

Chaos to cosmos

I have not posted for a while as i have been busy with my University work however I will post more about the projects that I have done in the last few months.

Chaos to Cosmos
This project looks at different types of composition in general, not just in architecture. we worked in teams of three one person studied chaos, another cohession and I looked at cosmos and symetrical compositions.

I started studying examples of cosmos in architecture within Lincoln, it started with the the churchs and the Cathedral.

However the building that took presidence in this project was the residential block by the Brayford Pool, this is a new build which is a bit out of the norm as they are more often cohesive.

Part of the project was to use reverse logic, so I  had to take my ordered building and make it chaotic and aysmetrical.

Another part of the project was to create a composition that was made out of lots of identical atoms. the shape of the atoms were a corner block

This was the composition I created:

This was the first major project that was on a longer time scale so I felt I was able to get more stuck in to it.

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