Author(s): Adam Dayem
These drawings are part of ongoing design research exploring how computational drawing techniques can be used to create aestheticized spatial propositions. Operating in the abstracted two-dimensional realm of architectural representation, they are intended to create architectural ideas composed of form, light, and color. This research has been carried out in various design studios and visual studies classes over the past two years. The series drawings shown here is from one specific course – a first-year undergraduate visual studies course taught at Pratt Institute. The framework of a first-year course presents particular opportunities and limitations in relation to the research agenda.
Alfredo Andia, Umberto Bonomo, Macarena Cortes, Dana Cupkova & Vera Parlac