Arch. Myriam B. Mahiques Curriculum Vitae

Thursday, March 9, 2017

Upgrading spatiality from a 2D plain fabric

I am always thinking of three dimension or upgrading 2D to 3D spatiality.  This is a natural habit for an architect´s profession and I find it amusing when I pass a plain 2D to 3D thanks to the possibility of shrinking materials, like Aluminum foil, painted canvas, and some fabrics as well.
This is a Japanese scarf that I have found by chance inside a beautiful embroidered purse that I bought at the local swap meet long years ago. 
I don´t wear it since the colors are golden and it looks weird in everyday clothes, but I decided to make some art out of it.
The fabric is splendid, it has those golden tints mixed with blues and reds. It´s hard to manipulate and I used a glass container to keep a shape like the insides of a cave.
I take it as an interesting exercise of shapes, colors and lighting. My pictures were taken today.
I hope they are inspiring for architectural designs....

Friday, March 3, 2017

Wire mesh and colors abstracts

Paying attention to details, this standard wire mesh looks very interesting with its shadows against a warning sign. Geometric patterns are mixed together and produce this enhanced view of three dimension. My picture taken on March 2nd 2017 at the local park, in the late afternoon.


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