Architectural Possibilities

Daniel Slavinsky studied architecture at The Bartlett School of Architecture (London), where he achieved a distinction in design. His work has been published in several architectural magazines, including BD and Blueprint.

“(…) my drawings speculate upon the possibility of a flexible architecture being achieved using bio-technologies. Some of you may know of Owen Jones, the seminal architect and theorist of the 19th century, who categorised architectural movements through their ornament in his historical sourcebook The Grammar of Ornament – well, you can say that my drawings seek to illustrate the next chapter in this book, to establish a new lexicon of ornament based upon biological technologies infused with the seductive natural beauty of Art Nouveau.” — Excerpt from “The Empty Chalice” by Daniel Slavinsky

© Dan Slavinsky

© Dan Slavinsky

© Dan Slavinsky

© Dan Slavinsky

© Dan Slavinsky

© Dan Slavinsky

© Dan Slavinsky

© Dan Slavinsky

© Dan Slavinsky

© Dan Slavinsky

© Dan Slavinsky

© Dan Slavinsky


The artist’s blog: http://findingslav.blogspot.com

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Sunday, May 15th, 2011. Filed under: Illustration

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