This poster was one part of a semester-long ongoing research project in which students were tasked to create solutions themed after the work and lives of architects. The goal was to effectively and accurately communicate the architect's style and methods through an interpretation of their works.
I began the process by throwing different angles of buildings together and blending them together. Daniel Libeskind uses a controlled chaos of geometry and organic shape to create designs that look as though they live and breathe. I attempted to do something similar by fitting the different motifs of his buildings together to create one piece which sums up Libeskind's philosophy and method.
This work was selected from many to appear in a gallery show pertaining to the entirety of my major, and was generally well received by my peers and advisors.