Learning from Buildings
Learning from Buildings investigates how different kinds of entities can come together in an architectural object. In MMK Museum of Modern Art by Hans Hollein, the building loosely has a triangular shape as If someone materializes the visual cone of perspective. This perspectival point became the main attribute that has been adapted by different parts of the building, the point that things are either converged to or surround it. This focal characteristic appears as the explicit quality of circular, oval, triangular shapes in the MMK building. Here we can see geometry is a dominant force to transform other entities and combine them. In this project, we are exploring how readymade objects, silhouette of context, geometrical figures, and the elements of architecture are meeting one another.