On his website, Neil Taylor describes himself as a socially conscious architectural and graphic designer. The concepts featured here, collectively titled, 'Hidden Agendas: freedom of speech forum,' are designed with society and individuals in mind.
Taylor envisions structures that provide spaces for private thought and creation. These structure are to age visibly and fit harmoniously into their cities. Taylor describes declares that some rooms are to be, "dark, concrete caskets that will reveal nothing." In a streak of irony, there seems to be a decidedly Orwellian aspect to these designs. Indeed, almost all the concept art is rendered in dark grays and blacks.
The designs are meant to underline the view that statist and corporate institutions are anti-human. The Hidden Agendas structures are proposed as a way of combating this supposed anti-human society.
Anarchic Architectural Concepts
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Digitally Distorted Architecture
Stylized Street Scenes
Undulating Element Structures
Urban Mountainside Mansions
Sustainable Learning Centers