Transformative Distortions explores the transformation of a rigid shape, a square, into a fluid object through motion. A square often represents stability and order – yet by adding foldable points and an axial rotation, it is broken down into a fluid and dynamic object. Within interior architecture, it identifies new interactions between the body, mind and interior space. The philosophy can be applied to larger residential solutions or foldable housing for adaptable and responsive living spaces.
Jood Elbeshti (LY)
Jood Elbeshti is a bachelor of arts in Interior Design graduate who utilizes her background in interior architecture to explore form and shape in technology and fabrication. Honing her skills in computational design, employing algorithms, parametric modeling, 3D printing and laser cutting to generate intricate and complex forms and expand her creative horizons.