Pliable; Spatial
Seminar Work, Fall 2015

Model Photos

                Pliable advocates for the immediacy of material investigations and fabrication in architecture — working directly with fabric (natural and synthetic) as a primary material type using an array of seaming techniques (manual and machine sewing, heat and pressure welding). Sewing is a specific fabrication technique that offers connection, transition, structure, and ornament between and upon material surfaces. Stitches and seams have the capacity to both organize and express the relationship between material components.

                The first bag between an object and a spatial condition that it takes in designing a bag. With an object being a shoe, the design tries to utilize a continuous surface that both wraps the object and through such process, gives the bag a structural reinforcement.