For the first step, free-designed figures were subtracted from simple geometry, producing a new shape which captured a flowing and rippling quality.
These shapes were then tiled to create a pattern where the original figure loses its distinct shape to the different qualities of the curves.
Three-dimensional variations of these patterns emphasized low contrast and the infinitesimal nature of the patterns.
Site plan with context
Floor Plans (Levels One, Two, Three)
Isometric Section
Perspective from South Street

Project Credits

  • Instructor
    Joshua Freese
  • Teaching Assistant
    Logan Weaver