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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Anastasiya Yashina
Developing the Concept and Creating a Collection for the Clothing Brand “Mado”. Window Openings in Modernism Architecture
Fashion
(Master’s programme)
10
2019
The aim of the visual research is a trip through the architecture of the 20th century. The author wants to find out the specific ways of making window holes, to see the details, different lines and shapes of the objects.

In this research the author is interested in modern architecture and all the objects are mentioned in a chronological way. During the research the author pays much attention to the most talented and cult architects of the direction: A.Aalto, Le Corbusie, Mis van der Rohe, Tadao Ando, Kengo Kuma and the famous art-school Bauhaus.

The conception of introduction window holes in the clothing is the cross-cutting theme of the brand "Mado".

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