- Relate the essences of the four elements: earth, water, fire, air, to geography and urban and/or natural landscape, flora and fauna, for the space assigned to the project.
- Develop the proposal, bearing in mind integration with the existing environment and the new architectural project, if applicable.
- The proposal as the hub of development for sculptures for outdoor spaces:
- Main idea of the work Original, unpublished design
- Cost Development and materials
- Materials Suitable for outdoor use
Generally reinforced concrete and steel plating, among other materials, To fuse the morphology of the work with the nature of the materials
- Quality Labor specialized in the production and use of top quality materials
- Minimum outdoor maintenance Effects of wind, rain, dust, and sunlight
- Environmental integration Transparency and visual lightness
- Verticality and horizontality Create reference points and accents where landscape and architectural elements do not take away from the work or vice versa, but rather both complement one another
- Scale In terms of constructed elements and elements of the surrounding landscape, but with the proportions of the human body being the first consideration
- Placement In terms of environment, establishing several visual axes, Must be viewable to its full height and from all directions, Openness in the surrounding space
- Involvement of natural, appropriate, meaningful, free, poetic expressions of the cultures that preceded the current age in the twenty-first century.
b) Sketch for sculpture, Deer
c) Sketch for sculpture, Orchide-Deer
Translated by Alan Lambson & Wesley Krueger.