Mar 23, 2013


IMG_0181IMG_0190IMG_0191IMG_0193IMG_0197IMG_0198A selection of apertures in aeroplane structures, where interruption of surface continuity is kept at a minimum and so any variation in the surface becomes highly specialised – all the elements that cannot be contained by the main fuselage. I have been working on similar architectural surfaces and might post some soon. I have a few more of aeroplane examples so will post a few more soon. I especially enjoy the difference between the smooth aerodynamic exteriors and the folded and ribbed structures found inside.

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