KEATON KRONBERG SELECTED WORKS
May 2010 Student ID# 3684308
Layering and Collaging
Arch 2301 Freehand: Contours 6-7
Freehand: Values 8-10
Rapson Hall Study 11-13
Arch 2281 Card Cantilever 14-15
(K)not Architecture 16-19
ARCH1281 By layering the images of the object, the relationship between tool and hand becomes clearer, creating a larger understanding of the tool itself.
With collaging, the materiality of the tool is emphasized. Each magazine clipping represents different parts of the tool, further developing this understanding
RAPSON HALL S T U D Y Objects have a certain way of hiding characteristics upon first sight. Through observations and analyses, different spatial and lighting elements become more noticeable. The east side entrance to Rapson Hall exhibits these hidden characteristics.
By developing different connections between the members of the structure, an understanding for materiality arises, helping form our design assumptions and approaches. 14
(K)N O T A R C H I T E C T U R E
Sometimes inspiration can come from the least expected source. Analyzing different constructions of space and form, through various analyses, abstractions, constructions and reinterpretations, can develop a greater understanding of the complex relations of the two. A series of iterative processes help define the next step in the overall design.
HYBRIDRAWING Through a process of analysis, different interpretations can rise, striving to capture different experiences and expressions. Combining analyses, a process of hybridrawing can create an overall representation of these experiences, showing a passage of time in space.
Done in collaboration with Sunny Zhang
PERSONAL WORK Fall 2008
White charcoal on 24”x24” black paper
Graphite on 11â€?x17â€? white paper
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