grids :: design research :: 2012-2014

Regularity? Variation? Or something in between? Architecture always has to position itself along this continuum. These drawings start with grids of completely regular tiles, which are then individually transformed to create continuous variation. In some cases variation is localized, contained within a specific region of the drawing, and does not affect overall regularity of the grid. In other cases variation is global and does affect overall regularity of the grid. In either case, transformations are made repetitively to add layers of implied depth and suggest spatial (architectural) potential.