Design Tech: Transforming digital drawings into physical spaces.

I was in group with Gajin and Amal, we discussed what are we going to do for our design that we’re going to paint on the wall. The very first thing that we agreed on was that our design will have absolutely no circles and not a single curve so we were Our method of working was as following:

First we found our favorite shape designs and scans and separated them into two file ones being simple and the other being more complicated. Those are my favorite simple ones:

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Then we went on making a wall design each, when we were done we chose which one we liked better as a simple design and which one we liked as a more complicated one. These are the two I made:

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After that we went to talk to the professors to show them what we came up with out of around six designs we narrowed them into two of our best designs. The professors liked the design I made and we were told to work further on it so I tried to improve it but honestly I failed at making something better than the original one. The aesthetic of the original (middle) was better no matter what.

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Below is one of my failed attempts and my ‘complicated’ design:

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