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    porte devant

    From the album: Sarah Rudge

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    Rudges

    From the album: Sarah Rudge

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    MUR GAUCHE

    From the album: Sarah Rudge

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    LOUNGE BARBIER

    From the album: Sarah Rudge

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    HUBLOTS ET CAFê

    From the album: Sarah Rudge

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    CONSULTATION

    From the album: Sarah Rudge

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    CABINE

    From the album: Sarah Rudge

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    BARBIER

    From the album: Sarah Rudge

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    CABINE TAILLEUR

    From the album: Sarah Rudge

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    Orthographics

    From the album: Aubrey van Niekerk

    Orthographic views of the plan and elevations of the structure and its integrated base
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    Aubrey van Niekerk

    My name is Aubrey van Niekerk, and I am a graduate student at Texas Tech University obtaining my Masters degree in Architecture. I was in Bennett Neiman's Topical Studio and was introduced to formZ to create our final projects for the semester. The program was great to use, and yielded graphically striking results. Project Description: The inner workings of a refrigerator generates the origin of a series of iterative design decisions. A sequence of implicit spaces are defined and realized, traced and diagrammed. Implications of thick and thin, inside and outside, within and without are determined in figurative drawings that then inform physical reliefs, further developing the nature of the sequence. Layers are formed, pushed and pulled creating spaces in between and are framed and supported. Finally, these elements already defined are multiplied, stretched and distorted to become mechanics that create a new whole. A tower comprised of the history of the iterative process with a new identity and direction. Transparent volumes are introduced to encapsulate intricacies, some of which are further defined by bold color. With each step building off of the previous, we arrive at a new sequence of spaces, enriched by its own creative process.
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    Isometrics

    From the album: Aubrey van Niekerk

    Isometric views of all sides of the structure and its integrated base
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    Digital Painting 10

    From the album: Aubrey van Niekerk

    Perspective image of the structure focused on a view from below of the interior condition
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    Digital Painting 9

    From the album: Aubrey van Niekerk

    Perspective image of the structure focused on a view looking up from theoretical contextual buildings
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    Digital Painting 8

    From the album: Aubrey van Niekerk

    Perspective image of the structure focused on a view from above
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    Digital Painting 7

    From the album: Aubrey van Niekerk

    Perspective image of the structure focused on an interior condition
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    Digital Painting 6

    From the album: Aubrey van Niekerk

    Perspective image of the structure focused on a view form below of the junction of the two towers
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    Digital Painting 5

    From the album: Aubrey van Niekerk

    Perspective image of the structure focused on an interior condition
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    Digital Painting 4

    From the album: Aubrey van Niekerk

    Perspective image of the structure focused on an image from above
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    Digital Painting 3

    From the album: Aubrey van Niekerk

    Perspective image of the structure focused on an overall view from theoretical contextual buildings
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    Digital Painting 2

    From the album: Aubrey van Niekerk

    Perspective image of the structure focused on a view from below
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    Digital Painting 1

    From the album: Aubrey van Niekerk

    Perspective image of the structure focused on an overall view from a theoretical street level
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    C10

    From the album: Nicholas Reachi

    This is a photoshopped rendering of the interior of the tower looking downward with its cleaving reflections material.
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    Nicholas Reachi

    The driving idea behind this composition is layered complexity and tectonic relationships. The layering of spatial arrangements of linear elements allows secondary and tertiary readings. Overlaid linear elements establish explicit and implicit spatial boundaries. The composition is viewed from multiple directions. By applying a reflective material for the tower, the visual relationships of overlapping and interacting members are increased to allow an abstracted reading of the information available within the tower. Cleaving reflections are contrasted with matte and colored elements to highlight members that are continuous from one end of the tower to the other. This creates a physical continuity that grounds the composition, allowing for a more recognizable reading across different viewing angles. What is hidden within the tower reflects several times across multiple surfaces. The effect creates a visually complex composition of multiple layers of information. Intro_Text : My name is Nicholas Reachi, age 25 and a graduate student of architecture at Texas Tech University. I enjoy the technical aspect of architecture just as much as the artistic, and like to explore the the physical and psychological nature of uncomfortable spaces in my work while maintaining a project's functionality and habitability. This project was created for a graduate studio focused on constructed improvisational design using FormZ as a primary modeling and exploration tool, working on an architectural composition freed from the constraints of program and site.
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    C09

    From the album: Nicholas Reachi

    This is a photoshopped rendering of the interior of the tower looking downward with its cleaving reflections material.
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