SCHRODER HOUSE STUDY

2012

Parsons the New School for Design Representation and Analysis

Instructor: Luben Dimcheff

 

Analysis and representations of Gerrit Rietveld's Schroder House (1924).  Hand-drawings of plans and sections focused on the infinite extension of lines as a vehicle for planar movement.  An exploded perspective hand-carved installation examined the Cartesian grid-movement of objects.  In replacing a pre-exisitng homosote panel with a carved panel, the entire wall of panels became an extension of the grid contained within the replaced panel.