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Cimentare Cobogó Design Competition

The sun never knew how great it was until it hit the side of a building – Louis Kahn

This proposal is a demonstration of how light works on inclined planes and how indirect light, through the so-called 'light table', can modify the environment. An asymmetric play of inclinations is made to mark the gesture of light. In the center, a table advances towards the third dimension to explore spatiality. These gestures create a scenic play of lighting and shadow, making the cobogó an active element in the plastic composition of architecture.

The project was awarded 2nd place.

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