Architecture is the art of working with form and space. At the same time, it is a game of interpretation and a space for experiment. In formal experiment and research, an implicit poetics of a logical abstraction for the observer is encoded and realised in the form of a physical object.
One of the tools for working with form is material: it helps to identify, demonstrate, and give it additional qualities. In our architecture, it acts primarily as an optional layer of information, supporting the emotional level, tactile level, and associative form perception.
Materiality is a source of inspiration and a way of exploring structures, which we transform into unique spatial patterns. The texture of the material can become the primary element of the future architectonics of forms and the systemic solution of the project.
Thus, this spatial pattern creates a system that is capable of scaling from facade elements to the urban plan. In its physical implementation, it translates the possibilities of assembling, cutting, and processing metal sheets, where all panels can vary in size, contour, angle of rotation, and the nature of the aesthetic vision. The result is a living, dynamic surface, a fragment of an endless pattern going from the natural forms to the structure of buildings and landscapes. an exploration of new meanings, associations, and sensations.
Material: GRADAS aluminium sheets
Technique: milling and engraving.