Coalescing Construction

The Coalescing Constructions series features a collection of architectural combinations exemplifying the visual connections between two separate buildings. These combinations represent a wide range of architectural styles, and stem from a number of different regions, including: China, Italy, India, Denmark, Russia, Mongolia, The United States, Belgium, Malaysia, France, and South Africa. While the styles, regions, and time periods vary widely within each composition, the two buildings pair together visually – creating a resolute link between the halves. The two design styles represented within each composition creates a distinction between the buildings, but affirms a connection nonetheless through clear visual similarities and closure. These connections seek to represent a level of equality and harmony within each composition and throughout the series as a whole. In these studies, each building is removed from its surroundings and placed in a clean environment to be interpreted as a new coalesced construction.

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