Innuendo restaurant by Bluarch Architecture, New York

March 10th, 2012 by retail design blog

At a restaurant in New York, patrons dine under what seems like a massive three-dimensional game of Jenga. The cloud-like installation is made of wooden squares, layered in a geometric pattern. The concept, says architect Antonio Di Oronzo of Bluarch, links the fractal definition of geometry versus its topological essence. ‘It shelters occupants in a soft, shifting, ever-fluid space,’ he says, adding that LED lighting is integrated into the installation, positioned to enhance its hovering nature.








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