by Muhammad Farhan Uddin


Muhammad Farhan Uddin



BA Architecture

Damien Hirst is an English artist, entrepreneur, and art collector. Since a young age, Damien Hirst has always been interested in art that is real, and emotions felt when looking at an art piece. Some of his sculptures include using real animals which are usually cut in half then placed into two glass cases filled with formaldehyde. The viewers can walk in between a cow cut in half and view the insides of this animal. Using this idea and projecting it onto a design was the main goal behind my project for Damien Hirst. This project aims to create a live/workspace for the artist which also has an element of public interaction.