Tate Liang

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Architecture Student from Vancouver / NYC
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The Cooper Union \ B.ARCH 2025
Diller Scofidio + Renfro \ Internship 2023
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Email \ tate.liang@cooper.edu
Instagram \ @tateliang
Github \ TateLiang
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Portfolio & CV available on request

Descriptive Geometry

Spring 2021
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Professor James Lowder

Rotations, intersections, boolean operations, deformations and movement can be captured by descriptive geometry. Critical analyses of architecture, objects, and perception are produced through hand-drawn, graphic calculation techniques. 

Top to bottom: 1) Rotation and return of geometry using spherical trigonometry methods, 2) Graphically calculated stages of opening an umbrella, 3) Intersection of a Toblerone and its box, 4) Multiplication of two curves to form a resultant 5) SANAA Glass Pavilion 6) Distorted Perspective 6) Parallel line composition