You are on page 1of 61

beatriz

d e u a
b v e d a

CONTACTS

beatriz de ua bveda

beadeub@gmail.com

Spain
Sweden
Australia

0034 645322627
0046 720328124
0061 401080649

BEADEUB@GMAIL.COM

0061 401 080 649

FEEL FREE TO CONTACT ME OR SAY HELLO!

ABOUT ME
TRIPS
PROJECTS
PAINTINGS
CV

ABOUT ME

Hi! Its Beatriz from Santiago, a little city in the north of Spain. I was studying architecture during
four years in Barcelona when I decided that it was time to move, it was time to leave and it was time
to open myself to new possibilities. Thats why I went on exchange to study the first year of master
in architecture in KTH as you will notice when you will continue reading through my portfolio. What
can I say about it? It was amazing!I didnt want to come back in Barcelona so I applied for another
scholarship to come to Australia. Since I was a kid Australia was always in my mind as a big dreamt
spot. I was really lucky and I got it! So another exciting year was waiting for me in Sydney and here
I am, on the other side of the world living one of the dreams I have ever had. I used to be a professional swimmer, I swam during 20 years of my life and my trainer was always telling me: dream, Bea,
dream and fight for what you want. I think it was one of the best lessons I have ever had, not just
for swimming, for all the aspects in my life. And it is the same in architecture, now that it is one of the
most important parts of myself, I want to build it properly and grow in the domain as much as possible.
What else could I say? Driven by my ever-growing curiosity I just cant stop travelling and learning
new things every day. But it is not just architecture, there are always other hobbies that teach you as
much as architecture can do. I love drawing, painting and just spending afternoons taking pictures!
My passion for art and design started since I was a little girl, I was always painting and inventing new
objects with stuff that I found at home. Furthermore, I have always liked maths and physics and for
me it is very interesting how architecture mixes art and science at the same time. I could continue
talking and talking but I will stop and just let you go inside this color wheel, page by page until arrive
to the end (if you dont get bored on the way) and have the perfect circle done of my architecture life
until now. Thank you!

MAKE SOMETHING YOU LOVE

Hi! I am a very enthusiastic architecture student who loves invastigate and innovate in all life aspects. Driven by my ever-growing curiosity I just cant stop travelling and learning
new things every day. Im a easy to work with, friendly girl. I love drawing, photography and of course architecture! Thats why I decided to study at Barcelona, in fact I am from
Santiago, on the opposite corner, what an amazing city!
My passion for art and design started since I was a little girl, I was always painting and inventing new objects with stuff that I found at home. Furthermore, I have always liked maths
and phisics and for me it is very interesting how architecture convines art and science at the same time. I also love the psychological , to understand people needs, what they want,
how they are and I would like to make people life much more easier with my designs...
What is more, I have been swimming during all my life. This developped my strong personality, endeavor and desire to fight for what I want.
Secret dream: design an Olympic swimming .
Secret place where the secret dream comes true: an atelier in the center of New York.

CV

EDUCATIEDUCATI
ON ON

WORK EXPERI
WORK EEXPERI
NCE ENCE

ARCHITECTURE
ARCHITECTURE
DEGREEDEGREE

MASTERMASTER
IN ARCHITECTURE
IN ARCHITECTURE

MASTERMASTER
IN ARCHITECTURE
IN ARCHITECTURE

HOBBIESHOBBI
& INETERESTS
S & INTERESTS

ARCHITARCHI
ECTURETECTURE
JOBS JOBS
Time frame:
TimeSummer
frame: Summer
2012-2014
2012-2014
Location:Location:
SantiagoSantiago
de Compostela
de Compostela
Job: Architect
Job: Architect
assistantassistant
and draftsman
and draftsman
at BOVEDAARQUITECTOS
at BOVEDAARQUITECTOS

LANGUAGES
LANGUAGES

SP

SPORTS CV

OTHER INFO

COMPUTER SKILLS

WORK EXPERIENCE

SPORTS CV

OTHER RELEVANT INFORMATION

Time frame: August 2011


Location: Organic Farm (Iceland)
Job: Volunteering

-Spannish Championships (2005-20013)

- Easily learning person

-World Championships (Hungary 2007)

- Ability to work eighter in group or individually

Time frame: 2010-2013


Location: Barcelona
Job: Phisics, maths and design tutor

-Eixo Atlntico Games (Portugal 2008)

- Great ability to solve problems

Time Frame:1997-2003
Santiago Swimming Club

- Versatile

Time frame: 2010-2012


Location: Private Swimmingpool (Barcelona)
Job: Swimming trainer

Time Frame: 2003-2009


Santiago University Sports Club
Time Frame: 2009Club Esportiu Mediterrani (Barcelona)

TRIPS
fly away....

stockholm
barcelona

sydney

New york

Australia

Iceland

Norway

Sahara

Venice

PROJECTS
never stop...

sydney

UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY OF SYDNEY


MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE (2nd year)

2014
Autonomous Campus Studio
EMBASSY
Individual proyect
By: Beatriz de Ua Bveda

The Autonomous Campus will explore the campus forms through the lens of the Embassy. Starting from ignoring specifics pertaining to scale and context, the purpose will be
to create an abstract machine. This system controls the income parameters to generate
differentiated outcomes. The idea come by the concept of creating an antibuilding, deconstructing the general notion of an embassy in all its scales and explore the limits by
blurring spatial boundaries. In order to deal with the defense diagram the idea is to propose
a trap machine which allows to split and mix the different spaces from the given program.

(IN PROGRES)
AUTONOMOUS CAMPUS

2014
Individual project
By: Beatriz de Ua Bveda

LOCATION

DIAGRAMS

IMAGES

stockholm

KUNGLIGA TEKNISKA HGSKOLAN


MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE (1st year)

2014
CTHUB student competition
SUSTAINABLE VERTICAL URBANISM
Partners project
By: Beatriz de Ua Bveda & Leonie Amsler
FUTURE OF LEARNING
Individual project
By: Beatriz de Ua Bveda

2013
BRIDGING TERRITORIES
Partners project
By: Beatriz de Ua Bveda & Irati Gonzlez
TRANSFORMING ENVIRONMENTS
Group project
By: Beatriz de Ua Bveda, Stephanie Slade & Christian Eriksson

The Autonomous Campus will explore the campus forms through the lens of the Embassy. Starting from ignoring specifics pertaining to scale and context, the purpose will be
to create an abstract machine. This system controls the income parameters to generate
differentiated outcomes. The idea come by the concept of creating an antibuilding, deconstructing the general notion of an embassy in all its scales and explore the limits by
blurring spatial boundaries. In order to deal with the defense diagram the idea is to propose
a trap machine which allows to split and mix the different spaces from the given program.

FUTURE OF LEARNING

2014
Individual project
By: Beatriz de Ua Bveda

IMAGES

2013
Partners project
By: Beatriz de Ua Bveda (concept, design & development) & Irati Gonzlez

In this project we transform our studio environment. We introduce analytical and


parametric design techniques as well as digital prototyping technologies. This project
is structured in two phases: During the phase1 we explore the capacity of Surface Systems to form and articulate space. We explore alternate principles in which
surface strategies are employed to form and articulate space. The phase 2 or Design
Implementation phase we develop the next steps towards an implementation in 1:1
The result is a physically manifested transformation of our workspace in the school..

TRANSFORMING ENVIRONMENTS

Group project
By: Beatriz de Ua (concept, design & development), Stephanie Slade & Christian Eriksson

EVELOPMENT OF MODELS

FIRST STUDIES
1. This was our first design. It
was useful to know how lamellas
worked and we started thinking
about the structure we would
need in the future to give the
shape we wanted to the lamellas

7. With this model our


structure system started.
It consist basically in pipes
situated in the correct
position to give the shape we
want.

4. With this model we started to


think about how to improve light
to create an inside environment
that we could like to work. So
why dont we try to intersect
lamellas to create this kind of
shadow shapes?

2. What we have realised here


is that it is impossible to give a
shape to the lamellas only with
an exterior frame, so we decide
to start thinking about a way to
give the shape we had in the
rhino model.

8. In order to create the


ceiling we decided to put
on the model traction and
compression as its showed in
the picture.

5. Even more, the intersections


could be the solution for our
structure problem. It was just
thinking where do we have to
intersect them exactly.

3. This was an attempt to


develop a kind of furniture with
the lamellas. It was the first
thinking about using the lamellas
to build a shelf.

10. This is called the torquing


model. We started to torque
the previous model in the
parametrical model.

11. Like this we had the same


surface for the ceiling and the
walls. This was our fundamental
idea.

12. After constructing the model


in a rigid frame and leaving for
one we, we removed the model
from the frame and it retained
its form.

9. Like this with the


grasshopper definition we got
this amazing surface with this
curves on it.

6. We finally forgot this model


because of its difficulty of
realisation.

MAERIAL TESTING
MATERIAL
TESTING & JOINT DESIGN

STUDIO #9 GROUP 06 DELAMINA

270o

System for lamella


and meterial behavior
testing
0.5mm Cardboard is
severely deformed by
tension from the cables

Thiness of lamellas created


material failures resulting in an
inability to realise the inteded
form

Breaklines in material
Material failure < 270o

Breaklines in material
Material failure < 270o

CARDBOARD
PERFORMANCE TESTING
Length: 700mm
Width: 1mm
Fail point: < 180O (Fail lines could be seen in the card
after 135O)
Observations: Of the three the cardboard was the least
suited to a torqued structural form. Although it could be
turned to 180o failures were apparent within the card.

Width: 2mm
Observations: When tested while building models, the cardboard
presented definite limitations for what could be created. If it was
not thick enough the cardboard would deform and fail. Even
when thicker lamellas were used, torqueing and delamination
had to be kept low for the structure to be stable and predictable.
Although cardboard is the cheapest material investigated, it has
a limited tensile strength and for that reason we believe it is not
suitable for a 1:1 model. A composite material may be a better
alternative.

To test material performance once in


the system, rope was threaded through
cardboard lamellas and tensioned, as
it would be in the system. The .5mm
cardboard was deformed by the ropes. The
2mm cardboard retained its form torqueing
but not deforming smoothly along the ropes.

1mm cardboard is torqued


by not deformed by the tension from cables. Cables are
deformed by cardboard.

PERFORMANCE MODIFICATION
The first performance modification testing of this
system was done in cardboard. 2 patterns were
tested to see if the shape and size of the holes
had a great effect on the material performance
of cardboard. Both greatly improved the
flexibility and torqueing capacity of the material.
The straight perforations were less flexible than
the diamond.

180o

When put under


pressure the lamella
cut agaianst the
grain buckles
unpredictably

Fly allows for


smooth torquing
throughout the
lamella

FLY & PLY


PERFORMANCE TESTING
Length: 1000mm
Width: 1mm
Fail point: > 180o
Observations: Of the four materials tested the Fly was
able to torque the furthest without failing or becoming
unpredictable. Because of its stable and predictable
nature, of the four fly would offer the most freedom
for design while maintaining structural integrity. It is
however the most expensive material used.

Organic torque
throughout
lamella
Wood grain
direction

To test material performance once in the


system, rope was threaded through a 1mm
fly lamella and tensioned, as it would be in
the system. The 1mm fly retained its form
torqueing but not deforming smoothly along
the ropes.

Wood grain
direction

In order to test material performance same length


lamella was cut in 2 directions from a board of ply.
The board cut along the grain showed smooth movement when twisted and bent. The board across the
grain was less flexible and buckled when twisting
because too great.

PERFORMANCE
MODIFICATION
This system was tested on
7mm ply after MDF. Whilst
greatly improving movement
performance of the lamella,
this patter did not make the
material itself more flexible.

To further develop cad testing the perforations were added


to a 4mm ply lamella. Once perforated the material that
was previously quite stiff and inappropriate for the systems
investigated, was extremely flexible and able to withstand
a large amount of pressure. Two patters were tested, with
similar results to the cardboard. The diamond perforations
were found to be more flexible.

360o

Material failure < 150o

150o

180o

No material breaking point


Structural Failure at 360o

ACRYLIC
PERFORMANCE TESTING

MDF
PERFORMANCE TESTING

Length: 700mm
Width: 1mm
Fail point: > 360o (lost form at 135O)
Observations: The acrylic did not snap at any point of torqueing.
However, the material was unpredictable and lost its form after 135o.
If used for an installation torqueing would have to be limited to ensure
structural integrity.

3mm Rope
weight testing

Ceiling mounted
hook tested to
75kg weight

75kg

1332

PERFORMANCE TESTING
3MM ROPE & EXISTING STRUCTURE
In order to understand how much
11486
pressure the rope and roof system can
manage a 3mm rope was connected
to a hook in the existing ceiling grid
and weighted first with a 75kg man
and then with 5 x 25kg sand bags.
The structure performed well under
both circumstances however the sand
bags broke before the 125kg was
properly settled.

2133

1091

2920

1643

The 3mm boat rope


attached to the ceiling
mounted hook was
able to hold tobys full
75kg

PERFORMANCE MODIFICATION
The first wood performance modification
testing was done in MDF. Using a series of
cuts in the material it is possible to greatly
increase flexibility.

3mm rope weight


testing with sandbags
5 x 25kg = 125kg

PROTOTYPE
INSTALLATION

Length: 1000mm
Width: 2.5mm
Fail point: < 180o (140o)
Observations: Of the four materials tested the MDF was the most solid
material up until its breaking point. This material would be an appropriate
choice for a solid structure provided torqueing was always less than 140o.

To understand how the system would function at full scale a


wire cable, 5mm rope and an 8mm rope were tested. All were
responsive to knots.
Wire: Insufficient tension in the system when tied and the
connections moved.
5mm: Sufficient tension and connections were firm.
8mm: Sufficient tension and connections were firm.
Conclusion: The 5mm rope performed well and was the best
suited for this system. The weight and size of the 8mm rope made
it inappropriate for the task.

To test lamella connection and performance a fly lamella was connected to


the system. The 5mm connection worked well. After 24hrs the wire cable had
started to cut through the fly.

We found that the knots needed to be well


tensioned in all directions to avoid sliding within
the system. This was especially important with the
8mm rope.

Installation Elevation 1:50

7727
Investigation into
using columns for
vertical support.

CONNECTION
EXISTING STRUCTURE
CEILING HOOKS
5306
The structural wires were first connected to hooks
in the existing ceiling grid. After tensioning the
hooks were noticeably bent.
In order to create a varied ceiling connection for
11486
rope system the wire is weaved along the ceiling.
Hooks were tested and judge inappropriate due to
sliding.

CEILING BOLTS
The wires were then connected directly to bolts in the grid. While there is
some bending, it was significantly more effective.
By having 2 nuts on one bolt in the ceiling grid offers a secure groove for the
wirePlan
to pass
Installation
1:50 through.

COLUMN CONNECTIONS
To avoid damaging the main structure for the
building alternative systems were investigated. By
connecting a wire to existing steel extrusions it is
possible to avoid puncturing the column.

STUDIO #9 GROUP 06 DELAMINATION AND MATERIAL PERFORMANCE

barcelona

ESCOLA TCNICA SUPERIOR DE ARQUITECTURA


DEGREE IN ARCHITECTURE
2013
RESIDENCIAL DEVELOPMENT
Partners project
By: Beatriz de Ua Bveda & Brenda Garca
SOCIAL HOUSING
Individual project
By: Beatriz de Ua Bveda
2012
HOUSING AND CITY
Individual project
By: Beatriz de Ua Bveda
URBAN SPORT
Partners project
By: Beatriz de Ua Bveda & Brenda Garca
SPORTS CENTER
Individual project
By: Beatriz de Ua Bveda
NEIGHBORHOOD
Individual project
By: Beatriz de Ua Bveda
2011
CULTURAL CENTER
Individual project
By: Beatriz de Ua Bveda
HOUSES
Individual projects
By: Beatriz de Ua Bveda
2010
OTHERS
Individual projects
By: Beatriz de Ua Bveda

Partners project
By: Beatriz de Ua Bveda (concept, design & development) & Brenda Garca

2013
Individual project
By: Beatriz de Ua Bveda

The project is construction, structure, facilities, and all of that which can be possibly useful
through their relationship as a whole in a coherent set of intentions which try to approach the resolving of the real problems or circumstances or simply reality. An understanding of the identity
of the place will lead us to the absolute conviction that the residential project cannot and should
not be approached as something abstract. Its contribution to the definition of our cities is vital.
The relationship of project with site, or the indissoluble complementarities of building and public
space are basic and inescapable issues. This proximity to the alleged circumstances must not
be understood as resignation but in fact the contrary, as it is only in a world of real vicissitudes
which the project can develop fully.

HOUSING AND CITY

2012
Individual project
By: Beatriz de Ua Bveda

LOCATION

CONSTRUCTIVE DETAILS (EXTERIOR)

CONSTRUCTIVE DETAILS (INTERIOR)

This project, based on the creation of a road between two villages, proposes an idea based on
the relationship between sport and nature. Thanks to the figure-eight track and traffic systems,
you can create an area easily accessible sport linked to the use of green areas. The project is
located in different parts of the road needing a connecting thread between the different complexes.
This idea aims to make sport accessible to all local people and attract all ages. This offers a variety of sports complex and a nice walk between them. You can go running, swimming, climbing
and more. Feel relaxed and confortable!

URBAN SPORT

2012
Project project
By: Beatriz de Ua Bveda (concept, design & development) & Brenda Garca

LOCATION

In search of the architectural and spatial form for the designed sports hall in La Roca I decided
to use the coating system. This type of design is characterized by freshness, terseness and coherence in form and in contents of a function. The design consists of one-curvature in concrete
which will cover the space of the sports hall.
The designed sports hall is located squarely on its parcel, acknowledging that approach roads
and pedestrian roads. The layout of the hall aggregate is made up of two elements: the higher
and dominating mass of the hall and the lower mass implying concurrent program, located on
the north side of the halls mass, along the boundary with adjoining parcel.

SPORTS CENTER

2012
Individual project
By: Beatriz de Ua Bveda

LOCATION

NEIGHBORHOOD
Neighbourhoods are often social communities with considerable face-to-face interaction among
members.
Childhood memories and imagining the places that I have lived give me the deepest sense of
identity. The linkage between mind and space becomes most vibrant.
In this proposal, the apartment buildings are treated as a living medium tradition. They are carefully transformed through measured addition and subtraction of space and program.
The project has three rows of houses with a square that gives life to the place. Next to this
square you can finde a swimming pool with very nice views of the valley.
2012
Individual project
By: Beatriz de Ua Bveda

LOCATION

The building occupies the entire parecela, being the auction of a block of houses and thus
hiding an unfortunate dividing.
The center develops on three levels. The first two with a maximum height of neighboring houses
crop up urban planning of the street. The third level stands but retired from playing in the main
road section with the height of the church he is given a certain role. This results in a volume
exploded while trying to lay low and play a leading role along with the historic building.
The architectural solution is a structure where almost all surfaces and spaces have more than
one function..

CULTURAL CENTER

2011
Individual project
By: Beatriz de Ua Bveda

LOCATION

CONSTRUCTIVE DETAILS
6

2,8

Baixants cuina

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

Llinda 30x40

Secci D

Llinda 30x40

2,8

Llinda 30x40

Biga de vora
Secci A

IPE 270

Llinda 30x40

Llinda 30x40

2,8

Llinda 30x40

Pati de Llums

Secci B
Llinda 30x40

2,8

Refor d'escala

Secci E

2,8

Negatiu C/40

Forat
d'ascensor

Baixants banys

Mur de crrega 1

Mur de crrega 2

Mur de crrega 3

Crcol

Perfil 4.205.60 para forjat


colaborant EUROCOL 60 e75

2,8

Llosa d'escala

Mur de crrega 4

2,8

Mur de crrega 5

Secci C

4. DETALLS CONSTRUCTIUS

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

300

Botet__________________Beatriz de Ua___________________Anna D'Acua


CONSTRUCCI IV __________________PRCTICA SOSTRES_________________Anna
42
5
4
5
180
4
13
2
6
3

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

5
3

10
1

14

270

A. Secci tipus E: 1/10

5
3

60

58

420

42

147

8
10

E. Secci tipus E: 1/10

12

4
9

C. Secci crcol E: 1/5

D. Secci biga de bora E: 1/10

LLEGENDA DE MATERIALS

11

1.- Bigueta IPE 270

7.- Biga de vora

13.- Rod (diam. 12mm)

2.- Connectors

8.- Mur portant

14.- Estrep (diam. 6mm)

3.- Xapa d'acer Eurocol 60 e: 0,75mm

9.- Mur no portant

4.- Negatius (diam. 16 mm)

10.- Tirantet

5.- Armadures de repartiment (diam. 4mm)

11.- Biga de formig

6.- Crcol

12.- Capa recobriment

8
B Secci biga de formig i mur E: 1/10

ONSTRUCCI IV __________________PRCTICA SOSTRES_________________Anna Botet__________________Beatriz de Ua___________________Anna D'Acua


PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

5. DETALL ESCALA E 1:20

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

5. DETALL CONSTRUCTIU E 1:25

6. ESPECEJAMENT

3 a s3 (s)
2.70

0.1

3 a s3 (s)

1.33

1.33

0.1

.08
0.1

4 a s4 (i)

4 a s4 (i)

0.15
0.15

1,12

.08

2 a s2 (i)
1
1

3 a s3 (s)
2.70

1 a s1 (s)
0.08
0.15

4 a s4 (i)

2 a s2 (i)

7. ESPECIFICACION

FORMIG: HA 25/B/20/IIa
FORMIG DE NETEJA: HM 10
ACER: B500S

Planta especejament escala

0.15
0.08

0.1

0.1

0.15

1.12

0.15

Especejament armadures escala E: 1/20

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

3 a s3 (s)
1

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

Secci tram superior escala E: 1/20

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

0.1

4 a s4 (i)

HOUSES

I have chosen two examples of very different family houses in concept, design and function.
2011
Individual project
By: Beatriz de Ua Bveda

PATIOPATIO
HOUSEHOUSE

SINGLE HOUSE

OTHERS

This is a small selection of some plans and drawings of smaller projects, such as bars and
showrooms.
2010
Individual project
By: Beatriz de Ua Bveda

LOCATION

This project aimed to create a new lighting system so that water could be a type
of furniture both decorative and functional. After much analysis of the material and
how it has achieved a lamp ergonomic and sustainable by using solar energy. It
is an object that can be used fully autonomous individually or collectively. Intended
for ports and beaches but could extend itself to use many aquatic situations. It is
designed for the future realization of a development on the water, allowing in turn
structuring marine route.

BUXAINA

2011
Individual project
By: Beatriz de Ua Bveda

COMPETITIONS
until the limit...

RIG
THE
RIG

More than 70 percent of the worlds surface is covered with water and the avaliable land ressources are shrinking every
day. So shouldnt we think about urbanizing the sea in the future? The suggestion is to reuse the more than 4500 soonbe-deserted oil rigs in the Gulf of Mexico, as a base and resource for a new vertical urbanism. We can profit from the
existing foundations and the tons of unused steel aswell as the existing infrastructure.
The project questions the contamporary urban planning by verticalizing the typical horizontal urbanism. To achieve the
verticality we work with cubes which accommodate the main program while the net-like non rectangular connections
open up public spaces and connections between the different cubes. The grid is both our supporting structure and the
body housing for the infrastrucutre. This structure can be understood as a 3D masterplan which is adaptable in size and
shape to various architectural and cultural typologies.
For the project a specific site in the Mexican part of the Gulf is choosen considering the climate, the size and the architectural expression of the sourrounding cities. It is a cluster of six oil rigs, 70 km away from the coast of Mexico, which
will serve as a foundation for our vertical village. The project is theoretcally and physically connected to the city
Ciudad del Carmen, Mexico.

2014
Partners project
By: Beatriz de Ua Bveda (concept, design & development) & Leonie Amsler

TBUH INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION

PROCESSING
images

2014
Partners project
By: Beatriz de Ua Bveda & Arnaud Payn

PAINTINGS

UNTITLED
oil/canvas
2009

UNTITLED
oil/canvas
2008

UNTITLED
UNTITLEDoil/canvas
pastel/paper 2008
2008

UNTITLED
watercolor/paper
2007

Beauty of form is never an external accessory, arises by itself from the correct transposition to the purposes of each construction