Project Aesthetics Compared to 20th Century Designs

Compare project aesthetics to 20th century design movements:

My project aesthetics are the arabesque design and the inspiration of the incense burner(The Majmar) which I talked about in previous posts. Comparing that to 20th century design movement that I know about, one could be the fact that the arabesque and islamic art is still used in our days to design interiors of buildings and mosques. It is mostly an architecture aesthetic that could always be implemented in new buildings as it looks really appealing and beautiful.


Three different aesthetics that my project could cast into:

  1. Could be inspired by art deco, not the colors but the shapes since art decon is inspired by bold geometric forms and the arabesque design I have is a lot of geometry and patterns.
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  • Dean Alibrandi
    April 4, 2017 3:33 pm

    I think an art deco take on your project would be excellent substitute aesthetic. You could take a lot of inspiration from stained glass art work but instead use straight edged shapes with sharp corners. The candle light would really help show the intricate design if you chose to do a very intricate pattern. I would suggest cutting acrylic out with the laser cutter and then piecing them all together.


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