Freelandbuck is an architecture office based in Los Angeles and founded in 2009 by David Freeland and Brennan Buck. In their work, Freelandbuck often plays with lines in perspective, bridging the gap between bi-dimensional drawings and 3D shapes.
‘Parallax Gap’ is their winning proposal for an installation at the ceiling of the Renwick Gallery, in Washington, open to the public on July 1st 2017. The intervention takes the form of materialized linework and redefines the space of the Grand Salon by hanging different layers of hollow line hatches, questioning the idea of the ceiling as an element of shelter and referencing to the illusion of depth present on Renaissance ceiling frescos.
‘Vanishing Point’ is a proposal for a temporary gathering pavilion that creates a dialogue with the iconic Flatiron Building in New York, by appropriating and distorting the strong lines of the building’s facades.
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