Morphogenesis Part 1

University of Liverpool, Third Year, 2013

Intersecting planes and modularization inspired the strategy for finding the form of this morphogenesis model. A set of modularized elements make up the ‘kit of parts’ that assemble these models.

Each model creates its own unique variation on subtraction of space. These subtractions can be highlighted with different light intensities set within the form. The final model was created in acrylic allowing the spatial clarity to evolve through the planes almost as if it transcended the third dimension.


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Above are a few photos of the final concept model formed by puting together a kit of parts in a completely random way. The intention of this was to see the spaces they created and how they intereacted with light.


final-model-tilt

Final Acrylic Abstract Model | Intersecting Planes

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