This project is such a wonderful example of what is possible when history, art, architecture and technology unite to create a single grand gesture. After three full years of renovation, Campiello is given a new lease on life, featuring a magnificent Corten steel facade created by art historian Philippe Daverio and artist Giorgio Milani, overseen by the local architecture firm 3ndy Studio. The intricate pattern of the facade features a meticulously hand drawn pattern by Milani which references the buildings history dating back to 17th century…
I’ve been working on a super exciting personal project for the last few weeks, which I hope to be able to tell you about earlier next year. Until then, I thought I’d share with you a few images which illustrate some of the ideas I’ve been exploring, particularly focusing on geometry.
I am a bit of a geometry nut. I love it. It makes me feel comfortable. I like it when things make sense. And geometry makes sense. Geometry can simplify and rationalise complex shapes and forms by breaking them down into smaller components.
On the flip side, geometry also has the ability to make simple forms seem more interesting. Whilst being quite regimented and rational, geometry can be used to add texture and a sense of play. By breaking down familiar shapes such as a hexagon (one of my personal favorites)…