Blending African Art And Architecture With Modern Construction Via AI #ArtTuesday
Architect Rolando Cedeño de la Cruz (aka Rolo) creates an educational center that draws from both past and present. Highlighting and including native architecture, art, and flora, Rolo considers the complexity of accessible education. via Parametric Architecture
Designed by Rolo, this AI conceptual exploration aims to raise the possibility of rescuing specific elements of the cultural richness of the vernacular African architectural and artistic language and merging them with a certain degree of reinterpretation with the aesthetic and constructive configuration of future and modern educational centers in Africa (preschool, school, college, and university) in the countries where it is relevant, taking into account the fact that the African continent has countless styles and cultural manifestations.
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