aspiring architect/entrepreneur, Anjali Patel will display her work on this blog, any inquiries email anjalipetal@gmail.com.

November 23, 2013 5:12 pm
work in progress

work in progress

July 2, 2013 1:55 am
puzzle box: 2 pieces made of wood, 1 of wax, 1 of concrete, and the remaining piece null to exist creating a void

puzzle box: 2 pieces made of wood, 1 of wax, 1 of concrete, and the remaining piece null to exist creating a void

1:39 am

Residential design showcased through collage art

  • site plan
  • perspective on model
  • deck plan on model
1:32 am
Structures: Column Crush

Structures: Column Crush

1:18 am

Design Visualization 3: Structural Exploration/Collage Art

1:15 am

Civic Context Studio project: Environmental Learning Center

  • concept, floor plans, sections, perspectives
  • milled model
  • site plan
January 26, 2013 3:19 pm

MArch I first studio project for live make

November 10, 2012 2:01 pm

data animation (OC’s white population to OC’s hispanic population)

November 9, 2012 7:12 pm
rendering of a data representation/computation project in 3dsMax, created with GIS, Rhino3D & Grasshopper3D

rendering of a data representation/computation project in 3dsMax, created with GIS, Rhino3D & Grasshopper3D

November 2, 2012 1:55 am
Interactive Sound Wall by Anjali Patel
Sound is one of the most important senses, but when offered the choice to be blind or deaf, people are quick to abandon sound in favor of sight. Though usually considered secondary to vision, sound has more power than people give it credit. Sound provides a myriad of important influences that people take for granted, and this project aims to highlight the beauty of sound and space. The design’s reaction to sound alters the space around the participant(s), encouraging communication and experimentation, opening their eyes to the subtleties of space and sound. The wall acts as a physical representation of the sound within, so the viewer can determine the atmosphere by reading the structure and acting accordingly.

Interactive Sound Wall by Anjali Patel

Sound is one of the most important senses, but when offered the choice to be blind or deaf, people are quick to abandon sound in favor of sight. Though usually considered secondary to vision, sound has more power than people give it credit. Sound provides a myriad of important influences that people take for granted, and this project aims to highlight the beauty of sound and space. The design’s reaction to sound alters the space around the participant(s), encouraging communication and experimentation, opening their eyes to the subtleties of space and sound. The wall acts as a physical representation of the sound within, so the viewer can determine the atmosphere by reading the structure and acting accordingly.