My research in Unit One - Design Literacy led me to the idea cable-stayed bridges and architecture, especially that of pedestrian and motoring bridges and their relationship to my shape, the triangle. When I started looking at bridges in particular, I found that my formal studies of the triangle were being used almost solely by cable-stayed bridges, most notably those designed by Santiago Calatrava, a Spanish architect most known for his very personal style that meshes architecture and structural engineering.

For my final output, I decided to show the relationships between the architecture of Santiago Calatrava and the human body. The outcomes were A2 posters that were folded into A4, each revealing a new piece of the poster.

All figure forms are illustrations that were drawn and scanned by myself.