Architecture as model and projection
Bohlmeyer, John M.
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This thesis begins as a study for an observatory and ends as a place to simply look upward. Architecture is explored through questions of model and projection. These questions become more and more discernable as the model is built and photographed. The model is an analogue to a potential building. The drawings reveal the projective nature of architectural form. The photographs of the model capture surfaces as elements of architecture. At this point, the work is free to pose its own questions.
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