[platform for showcasing unfinished versions]

This was a small side project to view traditional basilica poché through curvilinear extrusion, offering new readings in elevation and isometric views, combined with textural and lighting variations. This curve allows for each interior space to be perceived among each of its surrounding components, offering a visual connection to these interior spaces through the frontal elevation. Vertical figure and surface are created through this extrusion, offering a highly variated exterior that encloses this traditional style of poche.

Collaboration with Vivian Gutierez and isabella esparza:

The initial research intended the exploration of how architecture was rejected based on historical typologies and how it served in its social context as a representation of the urban community.

“any comments?”

“nope - they are intuitive drawings.”

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