Bryan Pendzinski

Bryan Pendzinski

Denver, CO, US


Deployable Viewing Device

Architecture is an art that combines theories of space, time and place. By understanding the anomalies of the physical world, it is possible to convey meaning and purpose through built form.

The exercise was intended to test limits of space and materials, generated through the abstraction of an existing Mondrian painting. The final product produces a viewing mechanism that interprets the surrounding context of the site through its materials and orientation. The viewing device begins to tell a story of the site  through reflection, translucency and its own primitive camera obscura. 

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Status: Built
Location: Lawrence, KS, US
My Role: Designer
Additional Credits: Landon Moore, Brad Thaw, Aaron Aday