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Plexus A1 by Gabriel Dawe, 2015. Dawe’s architecturally scaled weavings are often mistaken for fleeting rays of light. It is an appropriate trick of the eye, as the artist was inspired to use thread in this fashion by memories of the skies above Mexico City and East Texas, his childhood and current homes, respectively. The material and vivid colors also recall the embroideries everywhere in production during Dawe’s upbringing.

Plexus A1 by Gabriel Dawe, 2015. Dawe’s architecturally scaled weavings are often mistaken for fleeting rays of light. It is an appropriate trick of the eye, as the artist was inspired to use thread in this fashion by memories of the skies above Mexico City and East Texas, his childhood and current homes, respectively. The material and vivid colors also recall the embroideries everywhere in production during Dawe’s upbringing.

Constructing Worlds: Photography and Architecture in the Modern Age @ Barbican

Gallery of Constructing Worlds: Photography and Architecture in the Modern Age - 16

Goldebrger likes Fentress Architects' use of wooden trusses, glass and natural light in their design of the Raleigh-Durham airport's Terminal 2.

Goldebrger likes Fentress Architects' use of wooden trusses, glass and natural light in their design of the Raleigh-Durham airport's Terminal 2.

The famous fan vaulting in the nave of Bath Abbey, designed by Robert and William Vertue in c.1500-39 and reconstructed by George Gilbert Scott in the 1860s. Bath, Somerset, England.

The famous fan vaulting in the nave of Bath Abbey, designed by Robert and William Vertue in c.1500-39 and reconstructed by George Gilbert Scott in the 1860s. Bath, Somerset, England.

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