Students at the Tyler School of Art Create 'Patterning Porosity'

By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Published: Apr 25, 2014 • References: & designboom
Students at the Tyler School of Art have created a significant installation, which covers the windows of one of the floors on campus. The title of the piece is 'Patterning Porosity,' referencing the porous look of the whole thing, with holes in certain areas to allow the light from the outside to shine through.

According to DesignBoom, "each student was given a portion to create based on intricate details found in nature, with the individual aesthetics then blended into a singular and homogenous construction." Even though each section was done by various students, the overall look of the installation looks extremely in-sync.

Demonstrating the talent that the Tyler School of Art attracts, this Patterning Porosity' piece is a direct display of what can be achieved when attending this educational institution.

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