Formal Logic


As I progress with the design I’m thinking my formal logic should lie somewhere between (or as an amalgam of) these three architect’s aesthetic and formal compositions:

Lebbeus Woods

CJ Lim (of the Bartlett)

Mas Yendo

There is a richness in the aggregation of multiple elements amidst all of these, perhaps best exemplified by Lebbeus’ drawing, which gives a nod to historical architectures (in the peaked archways) while maintaining a “found” or “assembled” or “machine-like” logic.

My goal is to have my plans nailed down by Wednesday for the review so that come Thursday I can begin to distort the relatively straightforward and decidedly rational moves I’m making at the moment.



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