SO? Architecture and Ideas were commissioned by the Royal Academy of Arts and Turkishceramics to create an installation at the Burlington Gardens in London.

The name is “Unexpected Hill” and it is made from ceramics and will be on display until September 20th. The geometric forms are inspired by 2D ceramic patterns found in architecture throughout history. Sevince Bayrak, co-founder of SO? Architecture and Ideas, explained: “We manipulated a geometrical pattern of triangles to create a 3D form. As an example of using geometry to convert a 2D object into a 3D space, the structural principles of Muqarnas help us create a hill, the highest point of the 3D structure, which will be a tunnel that visitors can pass through.”

More about the project here

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