Here is a pose of my work with a small frame of its environment. I know, the studio seems very messy especially after this activity.
It is not a compositional photo, it is a natural aspect of our studio and I did not want to cut the irrelevant parts this time because this is really how we work.
So, you see both quick impression of our studio and quick impressions of some shown buildings. We created them by carving the cardboard and the building’s names from left to right:
- Serpentine Gallery Pavilion, Daniel Libeskind, London, 2001
- Seattle Public Library, Oma-Rem Koolhaas, 2011
- Gallium Block, Alişan Çırakoğlu, Ankara, 2012
- Barozzi Veiga Museo, Neanderthal, Unrealized Project
- Villa Savoye, Le Corbusier, Poissy, 1930