What are the possibilities to draw a 2 dimensional cube using each of its edges?
511 is this number. But the number of solutions matters little.
This study aims to question and illustrate the spaces that could be produced by a cube in all its forms.
Studying the cube in 2 dimensions is a way to explore the infinite possibilities that this volume can offer, and then to perceive the infinity of 3 dimensional combinations that could appear when finally utilizing the volume in architectural applications.
This experience is also deeply based on an exploration of language using symbols, signs, lines and marks...
in a time where words and communications are questioned.
The final illustration invites the viewers to explore their understanding of a simple form by looking into the logic of its composition and expression.
This work aims to invite people to question again things they believe they already know or understand.