Architecture is a complex art of creating space. During designing, we operate countless elements - how to make them a clear, functional and at the same time beautiful mechanism?
Synthesis - a term meaning the creation of a more complex work from simpler elements; it can be of a material or abstract nature. Architecture begins with an idea. When creating a project of a multifunctional object or something much simpler than the interior of the house, we operate elements that have innumerable forms, colors, scales and destiny. How to make all those elements originally unconnected and constituting a specific "set of exclusion” to integrate into a coherent and compact message? How to create a consistent architectural language from "babble"?
On specific examples, we will discuss and compare the initial assumption and implementation. We will show the space in which the simplicity of form syntheticity and minimalism prevails, but at the same time the search for freshness and a clear form of communication.
The lecture is part of INTERIORS BLOCK. Free admission.
*Lecture in Polish