Color, Texture and The Space In-Between: An Architectural Intervention of Stained Glass
Chanda, Brian Thomas
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This thesis studies the use of stained glass as a building material and how it can enhance the visual presence of light, materiality and space in a building interior. Lighting, color, and texture were integral paths of study which culminated in a stained glass installation at the concrete Cube at the Research + Design Facility in Blacksburg, Virginia. The resulting space becomes a room that reveals a dimension of architectural space not rarely studied or thought about when designing, revealing the way light continually shapes and defines a space throughout the seasons and time of day. The goal of the installation is to highlight ordinary conditions of light and space in a new light through color intervention of the interior.
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