The Formal Generators Of Structure
Axonometric visual experiments by architects Stanley Tigerman & G. T. Crabtree - via Data Is Nature:
Architect Stanley Tigerman’s‘The Formal Generators of Structure’ (Architecture & Urbanism Journal, 1975) explored the combinatorial use of rectilinear shapes to generate volumetric, optical and architectonic compositions. Spatial configurations of the square and cruciform are extruded to create axonometric projections reminiscent of the ‘ideal’ geometricism of the De Stijl school. They are also reminiscent of the works of Op-artists such as Albers and Vasarely who toyed with the square to infinity through structural multiplicity and chromatic modulation.
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