Artwork started, largely, as a way of meditation for architect Bennett Bossert.
“Creating these natural patterns and types by hand, drawing one rippling line at a time, allows you to focus intently and middle your self,” he says of his exquisitely detailed freehand drawings.
So in Might, after working towards structure for 10 years—together with 4 in Hong Kong and, most just lately, 5 at PKA in Minneapolis, the place his work included the restaurant Travail—he went all in.
Along with his first solo exhibition just lately behind him, he’s persevering with to advance his artwork, usually on a monumental (as massive as seven by seven toes) scale. In some ways, it’s a return to his roots in parametric design—utilizing knowledge and code to create interconnected relationships that end in natural types.
“It’s a mixing of a pure course of and type with a extremely technical and developed ability,” he says. “The probabilities are infinite.”