Wed, June 19, 2013

Vanishing Point Installation // UVA


Vanishing Point employs perspective as both tool and visual outcome to reshape, redefine and represent a space. Inspired by sketches of Leon Battista Alberti, Leonardo DaVinci and Albrecht Dürer, UVA sends lines into space from an arbitrary vanishing point, creating different volumes, divisions and rooms to be explored by the audience.

Tue, April 30, 2013

The Hear Heres at Kedleston Hall // Studio Weave


Set within the stunning parkland surrounding the Grade I Listed Kedleston Hall, Derby, the Hear Heres offer visitors an immersive and interactive experience that invites curiosity. In response to the competition brief, which called for new perspectives of the National Trust property, Studio Weave has designed a series of four structures that play with sound and open up auditory vistas in the landscape. The Hear Heres encourage people to explore the landscape and expend energy, but at the same time offer spaces for moments of quiet reflection and soaking up the sounds and sights of this extraordinary setting.

Mon, April 15, 2013

Pratt GAUD Exhibition 2013


This year Michael along with Carrie McKnelly worked with a group of students to produce Pratt Institute’s Graduate Architecture & Urban Design exhibition of student work in the Hazel and Robert H. Siegel Gallery. Each year the course attempts to produce an installation that explores digital fabrication methods as while showcasing the previous year’s student work.

Wed, April 3, 2013

Pulsate Installation // Capitol Designer Studio


Pulsate is a unique installation designed by Lily Jencks and Nat Dorent using Marazzi’s SistemN tiles. The installation is on show from 21st March to 27th October 2013 at 42 Chalcot Road in London.

Sun, March 31, 2013

Spainalight Exhibition Interior, Tokyo // Stone Designs


Stone Designs have designed and commissioned the Spainalight exhitibion at Tokyo Designer’s Week 2011, held at the Spanish Embassy in Tokyo. An exhibition showing the best of Spanish design from the past few years. Spainalight originates from an environment in which light acts as the protagonist, and how it forges the character of Spanish design. An entirely new concept, an exhibition space where large areas of light are mixed, giving life to this collection. A space that praises Spanish designer’s diversity and in turn, increases their value. An exhibition where the visitor’s interaction will take on new meaning, and who in turn, become the true main characters of this event, allowing you to enjoy and perceive with all your senses, the quality and passion that the Spanish stamp on their products.

Tue, March 26, 2013

‘Frozen Trees’ Installation // Like Architects


‘Frozen Trees’ was a temporary light display in D. Pedro IV Square in Lisbon. This installation creates an illuminated, frozen and fractal Christmas landscape that affects and alters the paths of pedestrians. Thirty cylindrical structures activate the square and serve as self-sufficient streetlights. These structures, which are placed throughout the square, create a new contextual landscape inviting visitors to discover new spatial experiences.

Wed, March 20, 2013

Ledscape @ Belem Cultural Centre in Lisbon // Like Architects


LEDscape is an installation for IKEA Portugal which deals with light as a constructive element of space and landscape. It is located in the CCB – Belem Cultural Centre in Lisbon and aims to introduce the everyday user to the Ledare light bulb, thus demystifying the preconceived ideas about LED technology and emphasizing the relevance of this product in the sustainability of the future. LEDscape challenges the passerby to an interactive experience – a pathway gradually lit with 1200 light spots, invites introspection and individual appropriation of the installation.

(I)cone Installation Made From Traffic Cones // Like Architects


(I)cone is an impertinent and interactive orange installation, of a great visual impact, waiting to surprise citizens and inviting them to experience the public space in a new way. Like Architects chose to use plastic as the main material of a permanent art installation, because it is hard and very resistant thus offering a range of possibilities for this type of intervention. This art installation subverts the original meaning of the object – the traditional orange traffic cones, which usually require traffic to circumvent an obstacle – inviting visitors to cross and interact with it.

Tue, March 5, 2013

Gimme More Exhibition @ the Eyebeam // SOFTlab


SOFTlab designed the exhibition for Gimme More at the Eyebeam in Chelsea. The exhibition showcased 7 installations created by Swiss design EPFL+ECAL Lab during February,27 till March, 2. The work is quite exciting and magical so SOFTlab decided to keep the overall exhibition design simple. They thought of immersing the projects in a fog or mist so they are revealed as you move through the space.

Sun, March 3, 2013

Lullaby Factory, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children // Studio Weave


Studio Weave has transformed an awkward exterior space landlocked by buildings into the Lullaby Factory – a secret world that cannot be seen except from inside the hospital and cannot be heard by the naked ear, only by tuning in to its radio frequency or from a few special listening pipes.

Fri, March 1, 2013

Knitted Animals – Artwork Series // Rachel Deny


Rachel Denny’s work is an exploration of the seductive beauty of our natural world and the imprint that human intervention has made on its flora and fauna. Denny works in a variety of media and is inspired by the elegant forms found in the natural world and the time honored action of trying to depict these forms in a relevant and interesting way that is an homage to this beauty and wonder.

Wed, February 27, 2013

Office ‘Fire and Water’ in Industrial Style // Yaroslav Galant


Office premises in the centre of Ukrainian capital were designed in the vintage soviet factory style. Vintage elements that were found and purchased by Yaroslav from owners of industrial objects were used in the project. All decorative elements, including furniture, were designed and made by the author himself. The project was realized just in 40 days but attention to the detail here is remarkable!

Tue, February 26, 2013

Toronto Design Offsite Festival – Design installation // Mason Studio


Design installation by Mason Studio is a series of gentle, cloud-like objects. They gather to form a site-specific installation, engulfing the gallery space in an ethereal moment of quiet. The noise of our everyday is challenged by pulling you out of reality and into a work of fiction, if even for a fleeting moment.

Mon, February 25, 2013

‘The Illusions’ Collection of Interior Lamps // Lenka Czereova


It represents that sometimes the things are different as it seems. Installed wall lamp take wall and whole room space into differend position. The lamp remind an illusion of acquired space. Putting the luminaire everywhere on the wall, you will always achieve the illusion of uncertain space. There are several shapes for interior lighting you can choose your own dimensions from. Corner type of lamp are available as well. Its made of nylon plastic material and OLED display which is energy efficient and environmental friendly. It doesn’t content any toxic materials.

Times Eureka Pavilion // Nex Architecture, Marcus Barnett


Designed in collaboration with Landscape Designer Marcus Barnett, the temporary garden and pavilion explore the significance of plants to science and society. Plant species were chosen to reflect their benefits to society including medicinal, commercial and industrial uses found in everyday life. The design brief for the garden was extended to the pavilion by looking closely at the cellular structure of plants and their processes of growth and formation. The final structure was designed using computer algorithms that mimic natural growth and was intended to allow visitors to experience the patterns of biological structure at an unfamiliar scale.

Fri, February 22, 2013

myThread Pavilion // Jenny Sabin


Turning performance into structure for the Nike Flyknit Collective, Jenny Sabin is an innovator who works at the intersection of art, architecture, design and science. Sabin often starts from a molecular point-of-view where the singularity of a single unit such as a zip-tie becomes the building block for structures of great complexity. Like Nike Flyknit, which uses simple threads to create a complex formfitting structure on a performance-enhancing shoe, Sabin’s fusions of science, art and technology open the door to new ways of thinking about structure and the relationship of the body to technology.

JAIST Gallery // Tatsu Matsuda Architects


This project is a gallery for the third biggest puzzle collection in the world, and of course the biggest in Japan. Three spaces are required at the entrance hall of the existing university building: space to exhibit various collections of puzzles; space where children can freely play with puzzles; and, space to archive puzzles and documents.

Wed, February 13, 2013

Nendo @ Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair


For the tenth year running, a celebrated international designer is creating a lounge in the entrance to Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair.This year Mr. Oki Sato, Chief Designer and founder of Nendo design studio, has produced an installation that creates the illusion of snow-capped mountain peaks soaring into the sky. This is an instance of the method being as central to the creative process as the visual effect.

Tue, February 12, 2013

Fragment Installation // UVA


Fragment is a site specific installation that investigates our (in)ability to correctly interpret the surrounding environment. The work continues the studio’s ongoing study into scientific models of nature and their experiments in utilizing light as a formable material.

Mon, February 4, 2013

Cities Like Open-Air Museums // Arne Quinze


When cities would be perceived as open-air museums people would start seeing art as a given, as a part of life and as having a positive influence on the quality of life and the general well-being. With every sculpture Arne Quinze builds he seeks confrontation with the viewer in the hope opening up their minds and making them dream again. Often he compares his installations with the effect of what we feel when seeing a great force of nature. Confrontation with unspoilt nature blows you away and leaves you completely dazed – yet in a positive way. In the city confrontation of this proportion is lacking: when looking at his sculptures the artist expects people suddenly feel small, realizing they’re only a minuscule element in the global sphere. People are amazed by the size of the installations, the grandeur takes control over them in contrast with smaller installations.

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