In a fast paced world architects and designers impact every aspect of modern life. Great design has become a rallying cry for our culture. The influences of architecture and design on everyday life whether through the demand for great functional items or our fascination with dynamic environments has altered the language of art in our current culture. Fine art, architecture and design touch our world in a most profound way.
This space is dedicated to explorations of architecture and design, examining where artistic vision coincides with modern technology to enable great design, altering our perception of what is attainable. It is looking at the blurred line between art and design and examining how it affects our daily lives.
Art, architecture and design are changing at the frenetic pace of our modern world.
Our focus is to carry on a conversation about what influences the artistic process, how embracing or rejecting new and emerging technologies affect application, fabrication and vision. Perhaps to play with the notion that good design is simply good design. The applications of good design often lie within the cross- section of fine art and culture. Michelangelo, Da Vinci, Bernini (the list goes on) were architects as well as artists, who used the latest technological advances of their day to craft their creations, oil paint, new sculpting tools, new scaffolding techniques. Today it is CNC milling, computer graphics, 3D imaging, and rapid prototyping. Ahh
the wonder of mans ability to innovate.
It is our hope that you the viewer find this site and the collection of work fun, innovative and exciting.