|Title||Virtual corpses, figural sections and resonant fields|
The ‘figural section’ is one of the most potent but under used forms of architectural communication. It enables slices, extrusions, fragments and surfaces of buildings to become the media of the non-expressive and deadpan. Here Sean Griffiths of FAT looks at Venturi Scott Brown's influence in the development of the figural section and how it has evolved into a key trope in his practice's own work.
|Journal citation||81 (5), pp. 68-77|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI)||doi:10.1002/ad.1296|