I personally have been a favorite of the simple geometry in architecture. The use of squares, rectangles, circles and my favorite triangles. The irregular angle triangles immediately bring about a certain level of sophistication to the building. They have an innate ability to make things pretty bold and dynamic. The triangle shape in my eyes always asserts itself and can often feel stoic and dignified. They bring about a characteristic aggression to the structure itself. I believe it is possible to achieve a myriad of changing patterns and delicious Architectural tapestries only with the inclusion of these geometrically sound inclusions. Some famous (and personal favorites) structures over the world include:
• Origami House - Mie, Japan
• The-Cube – Canada
• The Teatrino of Palazzo Grassi - Venice, Italy
Here at Sigma College of Architecture, one of the Top Architectural Colleges in South India we ensure to expand one’s interest and horizons in the field of Architecture.