Isn’t the world amazing. All around us, we’re surrounded by endless amounts of geometric patterns and shapes that shape the society we live in. Have you had a thought about it?
Geometric shapes are beautiful structures that either help create stability in the infrastructure we walk into, or to create beautiful honeycombs are mother nature intended.
Geometric models are commonly used in architectural practice through the integration of environmental and social principles at every stage of the design process. You may be able to name an innovative or highly influential architectural project that may have won numerous awards for their stunning geometric designs.
Let’s focus in on architecture for a moment. Functionality & form to achieve aesthetics to satisfy the requirement of the project, is very important. The design integrates the cutting edge technology with discreet use of ecofriendly materials. Clever designs blends art and architecture, light and shadow, texture and colour to accentuate the geometric art in architecture.
When looking into geometric modelling, you don’t have to relate to just architecture. Think fashion, hundreds of gowns are put together using lovely geometric prints. I believe good design is produced from careful study and research, combined with technical knowledge and artistic judgment. Attention to detail, proportions and scale, together with common sense ensure the finished product fully develops the potential within the geometric concept.