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Fashion, art and architecture

Fashion, Art and Architecture.

The main connection of fashion and architecture is their correlation to art. Their aesthetic part segregates them from the rest of the sciences and inserts them to the world of fine arts. There are many times when a garment or a building stands out as a piece of art, or has artistic inspiration roots. Nature played a crucial role to this situation. Most of the times when the morphology is inspired from nature forms, the result is original. Especially nowdays when digital design and construction tools overcome Euclidean geometry, the morphology either for architecture or fashion has been opened to a vast exploration. Considering these circumstances, I am persuaded that the future will be interesting for both sectors and their connection to art will be more obvious than ever.




Inspired by nature form in volume

Architecture: Architectural Association canopy, London, UK, designed by Emergent Technology MSc students

Fashion: Jean Louis Sabaji SS14

Inspired by nature pattern in skin

Architecture: Supertree Grove in Gardens by the Bay, Singapore

Fashion: Yulia Yanina AW13-14

Inflated form in volume

Architecture: Golden Balloon Installation in Tokyo Mot 2014 exhibition designed by AMID.CERO9

Fashion: Viktor&Rolf  Action Dolls Haute Couture AW17 

Undulating planes in volume – Colors in skin

Architecture: Groninger Art Museum  in Groninger, Netherlands, designed by Philippe Starck, Alessandro Mendini and Coop Himmelb(l)au

Fashion: Xintong Tian, Parsons Thesis 2018

Folds in volume – Mesh in skin

Architecture: Naoshima Pavillion in Naoshima, Japan, designed by Sou Fujimoto

Fashion: via Pinterest

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