Space & Materiality

The View- Final Pavillion

Perspective Stills The View Inspired by Chloe’s Spring/Summer 2015 collection of silk dresses and Helmut Lang’s Fall/Winter 2012 collection of layered clothes, I was drawn towards the common themes of light, transparencies and layers. At Madison Square Park, I wanted to focus on the empty space in front of the Shake Shack, a common tourist attraction, as well as the…

Final Pavillon- The Process

[because of the questionable layout, please click to enlarge photos for better quality] Shared Themes: Light, Transparent, Layers, Chloé Spring/Summer 2015 Silk Dress The first designer I chose is Chloé. Words cannot express how much I love the way the brand plays with soft hues and fabrics. Chloé, usually designs and curates a spring collection that exudes nothing but comfort…

The Flat

The official shoe has finally been made.   Introducing…. The Flat              Using hard and soft materials, this project investigates how the ideas, “choices” and “environment” are incorporated into the design and making of this shoe. With inspiration from ballet flats, the shoe can easily be slipped on with the security of an elastic band…

Einstein’s Dreams: Wood Assignment

[because of the questionable layout, please click to enlarge photos for better quality] Idea Sketches:   Process: From Einstein’s Dreams by Alan Lightman, I chose the chapter by the name of, “26 April 1905,” and represented an aspect through the use of wood and any other material we wanted to use. Finished Product: For this project, I focused on the relationship between gravity and time. In. “26 April 1905,”…

Wood n’ Wire

[because of the questionable layout, please click to enlarge photos for better quality] “Considering Negative Space with Wood” Process: Execution:                       Material: 2×4 Wood, 1 Feet Tools Used: Drill Press, Belt Sander, Hand Held File ‘Season of Wires’ Tools: Pliers, Hands    “Wire Made To Hold Something” Materials: ’24 Gauge’ Steel Galvanized Wire wrapped…

Project 1A

1: Location = Dollar Store NYC As this was a dollar store, I was both shocked and amused by how attractively well the space and materials complimented each other with the use of color. 2: Art Installation by Kurt Pershke This art installation is one of many installations Pershke has designed and it really appealed to me. He put what looks…

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