RC(2)himera, developed by the MArch GAD RC2 at the Bartlett School of Architecture UCL London, is part of the year-long brief entitled Form Follows Fetish. Louis Sullivan’s dictum Form follows Function is certainly one of the most known and also misunderstood statements in architectural history. Falsely propagated as a dictate against ornamentation and in favour of functionalism, yet seemingly still in vogue.
Wednesday, 14 March 2012
aRC(2)himera in progress
Bartlett GAD RC2 progress photos... we fabricate a Chimera-based large installation which combines verious coral textures milled on foam with body structure made out of perspex.