By Sarah Douglas
Introduction Capturing fragments has been influenced by four architects who have similarities in conveying abstract geometry and ambiguity within their design, and have achieved recognition through winning the Pritzker Prize. An award that honour's an architect for their demonstrative built work that combines qualities of talent, vision, and commitment by producing consistency, significant contributions to humanity and the built environment through the art of architecture. Within this body of work are two themes for each architect. A set of cropped frames captured at creative angles to reveal the complexity behind the design. The story boards created are intended to reflect the design process that occurs during the preliminary stage before the concept is finalised. With the project moving towards a more abstract medium the linear forms and shapes are placed into a collage to create landscapes. The appropriated images within the collage are a reflection upon their influences. As a result of this the abstract landscapes are open to interpretation and therefore allow the viewer access to another way of seeing the work.
Architectural Abstract Photography