ARCHITHEOREM examines permutable architectural compositions
by way of his new sequence dubbed ARCHITHEOREM, federico babina investigates the fantastic thing about unpredictable potentialities which might be depicted in numerous illustrated compositions. the ultimate design takes form as an oblong field that’s divided into three equal components: hat, costume, and footwear, all pictured with geometric patterns. creating three such totally different toys, the artist examines the full numbers of attainable outcomes, modularity, and the connection between them.all photographs courtesy of federico babina
enjoying by composing and creating by enjoying
combinatorics in arithmetic research alternative ways of grouping and ordering the weather of a finite set of objects in response to given guidelines. configured as a strategic sport, managed by guidelines and made up of strikes, ARCHITHEOREM by the italian graphic designer explores the theme of composition by way of play: 4 variations for every half and 64 ensuing mixtures.
as described, modularity isn’t an invention, however it may be discovered in all places: surfaces will be divided into grids, areas into figures and time into rhythms. melodies will be damaged down into single notes that with their totally different preparations can provide life to varied polyphonic compositions.
illustrated anagrams organized in an ordered randomness
the world of structure is equal to a universe made up of codes that may change and continually modify their meanings and their expression. inside this context, ARCHITHEOREM was born, based mostly on geometric, arithmetic, combinatorial guidelines, and schemes.
the ensuing construction investigates the aesthetic magnificence contained within the logical and mathematical expression. and it locations the emphasis on probably the most rapid form and geometry, organizing itself in response to the serial repetition of modular parts. ‘illustrated anagrams’ organized in an ‘ordered randomness’, in a ‘distinctive repetition’ inside an ‘infinite restrict’.
designer: federico babina
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