The Beinecke Library and courtyard presents itself as a simple framework that is seen as a homogenous grid system. However, when expressed as a series of highly articulated perspectival instances, the governing lattice grid breaks down exposing a multiplicity of experiences.
A tiled experience among the varying instances of brick and stone patterning on the Hall of Graduate Studies at Yale University.
A three dimensional visual exercise, converting a stacked series of corbusian plans into a variation of extruded rock-like forms.
Continuing the exercise, cutting through the 3D artefact and constructing the physical model of the final result.
Exploration into the expressive and transformative nature of ornament on the Yale campus.
A meticulous shadow study of a the application of the above ornamented elements onto a basic IPMS system.
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