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Brief Published: 21 Mar 2012

Joseph Choma: Drawing Thickness


US-based designer and architect Joseph Choma has installed a large-scale computerised drawing in the Southern Polytechnic State University Department of Architecture, Georgia.

The installation examines how mathematically drawn grids and line-based structures can affect our perception of space, emulating a three-dimensional object using a two-dimensional pattern.

Choma is the founder of Design Topology Lab – an initiative that explores the relationship between mathematics and design. His research addresses some of the issues discussed in the Stylus Colour Spectrum Autumn/Winter 2013-14 Rationale report, Wire Frames.

Design Topology Lab