The collection centers around two of the stand out aspects of his work. In terms of metal, they captured the harmony he created with simple geometric shapes. Then, for the prints, they aimed to express his uncompromising vision for his monumental buildings and the light of the environments these structures absorb and reflect. Choosing a palette of metallic ink and pastel color for the background pattern to capture this light and also some of the more personal elements gathered for the exhibition, such as his watercolor and pastel sketches. Here is a peek at some of the pieces:
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