Sifting the light as a sculptural gesture.
The geometric exploration of a hexagon allows us to study the possible modules circumscribed in it. These define
an infinite repeating pattern
that generates a surface capable
to adapt to facades, both exterior
and interior with the aim of sifting
the incident light. The prototype
was built in steel, however, the design
can adapt to isolating sound materials.
This project is published in the book “Constructive Components. Rethinking Modern Heritage ”, which has had recognition at the Architecture
Biennale from Maracaibo in 2013,
with an honorable mention in technology
and Construction Contributions.
In 2017 it received an honorific
mention in Research at the Architecture Biennale from Venezuela .