In early architecture discipline, space is derived from artistic approaches such as collaging, folding paper, photography, painting, etc. Today students of architecture advance in the discipline with less time dedicated to these explorations. Hence, they lose their drive for creative solutions and resort to limitations that include modeling, code, and building.
This project focuses on retracting from limitations and solely expands on the artistic process before designing spaces. Study revolved around combining imagery to provide creative freedom to achieve dynamic spatiality. After the more artistic/traditional approach of collaging (from photos relating to the urban city), the collage was turned into a composition using the mediums of graphite and plaster. A digital structure was designed based on this composition using 3D modelling software and explorations were made in space, form, light, and material to establish a result that harmonizes these elements.