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Michel & Haviland

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Currently working on the Olimpico. These pages are for the Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia, and Michelangelo’s Campidoglio in Rome, the first using perspective as a means of surveillance (the office as we know it), the other to project an illusion into the distance, both of which can be considered exploiting the one-point-perspective.

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Continuation of the Office-Factory

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Beginning of the office-factory

It’s kind of funny, because a lot of architecture offices I’ve googled tend to look like factory interiors as well, what with the exposed, raw concrete and installations, and the uniform lighting that gushes down from above. I wanted the interior of the contemporary office-factory to be kind of dystopian, but then I had a chat with Felix about the aestheticisation of the factory space, so maybe I will shoot myself in the foot with this drawing, convincing the onlooker that yes! the office-factory is beautiful! but, then again, quite horrible to work in. Anyway, all for now.

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+ Inspiration

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