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Building Fashion or Fashioning Architecture

When I started this journey I couldn’t imagine the dynamic of novel approaches to the fashion and architecture emerging practices.  Through digital based investigations, the study of generative and evolutionary design strategies in fashion and architecture catalyzing a give and take relationship. Architectural identities are adopted by fashion in its affinity for experimental trasformation. Architecture is an ensemble of socio-morphological forces, drawing inspiration from the open-ended design of fashion scenery. Their association is a dynamic field where pioneer ideas yield and let us questioning: Building Fashion or Fashioning Architecture?



Curves in volume

Architecture: Heydar Aliyev Cultural Centre in Baku, Azerbaijan, designed by Zaha Hadid Architects

Fashion: Gaurav Gupta Moondust Collection Couture 17/18


Folds (fins) in volume

Architecture: Sydney Opera House , Australia, designed by Jorn Utzon

Fashion: 60’s MOD inspiration via @ropphire

Transparency in skin

Architecture: Glass Pavillion at the Toledo Museum of Art in Ohio, USA, designed by SANAA Architects

Fashion: Paris Fashion Week Streetstyle via

Blurring in volume

Architecture: Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health in Nevada, USA, designed by Frank Gehry Architects

Fashion: Givenchy FW18

Curves in volume – Folds in skin

Architecture: One Ocean, Thematic Pavillion Expo 2012, in South Korea designed by SOMA Architecture

Fashion: Paco Rabanne SS12

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