This project formed part of my final year whilst studying BA (Hons) Textiles. It was influenced by the Constructivist movement and in particular, an exhibition at the Royal Acedemy in 2012, that was dedicated to this intriguing industrial movement. The Constructivist movement was an artistic and architectural philosophy that was built from the creation of a simple language of form; a geometric abstraction that pushed towards a language of mathematics, engineering, structure and composition. I had a keen interest in how the Constructivist designers represented their theories of Industry and the machine. My aim was to develop my own personal 21st century reflection of the industrial landscape where I grew up along the south coast of England. I took photographs from Dungeness to Newhaven, Shoreham and along to Southampton Port, looking at the linear and angular patterns of warehouses and industrial architecture.