I started this blog around the time I began to study architecture, as a way to track ideas of whatever scope and complexity, from a sketch to a building. Over time the site has become a chronicle and chronology of my thinking about architecture, from early experiments and speculative proposals to completed projects and buildings currently in progress. It is, inevitably, also a timeline of my professional education: studying with some of the best minds in architecture, working in influential practices, co-founding Bureau V, and eventually starting my own studio, PINCUS A+D.

Hand Painting Surface Tesselations

Computer generated background

Hand painted tesselations

These two images show part of the process of a drawing we are currently working on for our upcoming exhibition. The first shows a detail of the computer generated background produced in Maya and the second shows the painstaking work of hand painting each surface tesselation.