Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Architecture, Interior Architecture, Designed Objects and Fashion Graduate Show 2012

David Coddington earned his Bachelor of Art in Painting from Reed College in 2001. David’s interests stem from a brain injury, which left him with temporarily paralysis of his right side and aphasia, a defect or loss of the power of expression by speech, writing, or reading. His way of thinking about architecture is a visual language that is intuitive, instinctive and emotional.
Aphasiology is the result of a study of architecture’s need to be speechless.
(Master of Fine Arts in Studio, Interior Architecture)