Libeskind at the drawing board
2014 Venice Biennale / Architecture / Art Posted by Andrew Latreille / 0 comments
Scales of back-lit glass curving their way down a corridor…sketches imprinted in them.
Wild and fluid, not like the rigorously axial projects of Daniel Libeskinds I have visited in the past.
The architect notes that he is exploring the changing of the way we design…..the drawing board, paraline, set square are gone and we are pushing and pulling forms on computers, producing ever more organic structures.
We enter, there is a wall of text with contrasting lines breaking it up, we move right and curve our way down his own artwork, the light changes and flickers as we do.
Do you know what a set of rotring pens are – I’m pretty sure DL does?
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