• JOHNS HOPKINS HOSPITAL PROJECT

    2009

    This is a facade design project for the Johns Hopkins Medical Center in Baltimore. The design is based on studies of reflection and absorption of natural colors in water. The final composition is abstract but references both the pigment selection and the play between surface and depth of a Monet water lily painting of a reflection of a wisteria tree. The final work consists of 26 different colors and 25,000 square meters of the exterior of the building.

  • JOHNS HOPKINS HOSPITAL PROJECT

    2009

    This is a facade design project for the Johns Hopkins Medical Center in Baltimore. The design is based on studies of reflection and absorption of natural colors in water. The final composition is abstract but references both the pigment selection and the play between surface and depth of a Monet water lily painting of a reflection of a wisteria tree. The final work consists of 26 different colors and 25,000 square meters of the exterior of the building.

  • JOHNS HOPKINS HOSPITAL PROJECT

    2009

    This is a facade design project for the Johns Hopkins Medical Center in Baltimore. The design is based on studies of reflection and absorption of natural colors in water. The final composition is abstract but references both the pigment selection and the play between surface and depth of a Monet water lily painting of a reflection of a wisteria tree. The final work consists of 26 different colors and 25,000 square meters of the exterior of the building.

  • JOHNS HOPKINS HOSPITAL PROJECT

    2009

    This is a facade design project for the Johns Hopkins Medical Center in Baltimore. The design is based on studies of reflection and absorption of natural colors in water. The final composition is abstract but references both the pigment selection and the play between surface and depth of a Monet water lily painting of a reflection of a wisteria tree. The final work consists of 26 different colors and 25,000 square meters of the exterior of the building.

  • JOHNS HOPKINS HOSPITAL PROJECT

    2009

    This is a facade design project for the Johns Hopkins Medical Center in Baltimore. The design is based on studies of reflection and absorption of natural colors in water. The final composition is abstract but references both the pigment selection and the play between surface and depth of a Monet water lily painting of a reflection of a wisteria tree. The final work consists of 26 different colors and 25,000 square meters of the exterior of the building.

  • JOHNS HOPKINS HOSPITAL PROJECT

    2009

    This is a facade design project for the Johns Hopkins Medical Center in Baltimore. The design is based on studies of reflection and absorption of natural colors in water. The final composition is abstract but references both the pigment selection and the play between surface and depth of a Monet water lily painting of a reflection of a wisteria tree. The final work consists of 26 different colors and 25,000 square meters of the exterior of the building.