Mariana Vasconcellos M Ferreira / Julia Domanska
Prof. Matthias Heinz
For this small excercise a picture of a famous architecture interior had to be rebuilt and photographed - in this case the living room of the Lovell Beach House, from Richard Neutra. Through the technic of black and white pictures different materials, colors and textures where taken advantage of, so that a realistic copy of the room could be achieved. To be able to recreate specific textures, diverse means were used, such as watercolor on cardboard or sketch paper as windowpane, to create diffuse light. Light incidence, shadows and reflections also played a very important role. The picture was only minimally edited.