Course: Introduction to Architecture Studio I
UC Berkeley - College of Environmental Design | Berkeley, 2018
A month-long assignment beginning with a jig designed to explore how plaster could be formed by pulling from corners and twisting around a central axis. A resulting plaster form was selected that related to a human body movement (a moment of a capoeira sequence) analyzed earlier in the semester. Informed by the trajectory and geometry of the movement's rotations, a space was created to house this movement. These rotations were further interpretted as a force creating the slit breaking through the otherwise solid mass.