Patterns in the Futuristic Architecture
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    2011 - Series done for an eminent art Gallery
Patternsin the Futuristic Architecture

‘Patterns in the FUTURISTIC ARCHITECTURE’  is based on Sachin's experiences with architects based in Mumbai. He is impressed with their ability to transform ‘ideas’ into a tactile reality. Tangibility is a commendable quality of architecture in general. He explores tangibilty, dynamism and patterns found in architectural structures. 

Basic analysis of architectural forms from Modern to Contemporary would suggest that geometric shapes like cubes, triangles and spheres were formally explored. Today the architects are engaged with more complicated forms, one of which is the ’DNA – Spiral’ . Portraying various cross-over patterns of spirals is the main objective of this series.

The intricate looping  of ‘Spiral’ form creates the abstract and non-linear textures. Although DNA-spiral is the most complicated form known to man. But the artist here reflects the same in rather effortless and minimalist way.
Each artwork here has got a style of cut and the consequential fold follows a particular rhythm. These are essential elements of Sachin's work since they define the pattern and texture most of the times. The plane of patterns created in his works is elegant yet concrete.