In a world of ultra-polished aesthetics, the penchant for deconstructivism – and anticonformism – indicates that creatives are feeling the urge to break with established design codes. We’re seeing veritable works of art and perception that are replete with futurism, their volumes characterized by prismatic folds, angular assemblies and an element of disharmony. Going counter.
The relationship between beauty and singularity is changing, influenced by a trend for asymmetry, imprecision and dissimilarity. Hence, the arrival of savvy contrasts and combinations, with a dilution of traditional boundaries.