Lab Office by Luis Pons Design Lab, Miami – Florida

February 28th, 2014 by retail design blog

Ready-made and bursting with color, inflatable objects inhale air and glowing color to create the luminous room of the Luis Ponsd-lab creative laboratory. Originally conceived as a changeable space to host both office and living areas, it is shaped by a series of mobile containers that function as room dividers and storage spaces. It has been undertaken by assembling the parts of pre-existing products easily found in the marketplace (supermarkets, hardware stores and pharmacies), in order to design an installation which best reflects our philosophy.

The project was accomplished with a very small budget, and with the additional objective of overcoming the challenges moving as well as shipping and handling materials. It is also the first of many design installations that uses inflatable products to speak about today’s culture scene.

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