Take up Wassily Kandinsky’s artistic ideas wich in the 1920s inspired the Bauhaus design theory and other contemporary or future schools. The intention is to understand its principles and apply them in each space of the building. This theory consists of the creation of a visual language formed by a vocabulary of basic elements such as the point (represented by vertical elements), the line (represented by the structure) and the plane (represented by the wall). With a grammar of light-dark, vertical-horizontal, static-dynamic, warm-cold and solid-void contrasts. The result is a universal, timeless and mathematical composition; aimed at immediate perception and natural sensations.
This project was submited to the Bauhaus Campus 2021 competition with Registration ID #2668
Universidad San Francisco de Quito
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