Sculpture: Futuristic CityScapes

by Max on August 7, 2001

Here’s another example of my early architectural inclinations; a futuristic design for two city blocks with solid monolithic towers emanating and convulsing upwards and sideways.

This design was inspired by architects like Zaha Hadid and Frank Gehry, but with a darker and more despotic twist, seeing the buildings of the future as compacted, highly efficient and modular structures.

The model below was made out of several wood cubes glued in formations, with burned surfaces using a soldering gun.

Tools used: Wood, industrial glue, soldering gun.

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