The facade is broken down into into a dozen vertical strips, like ribbons. Each strip supports several facets, alternately orientated upwards or downwards, as if folded. In the central area, these great pleats are made of glass and covered in regularly spaced LED modules, forming a large, animated grid.
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The basic tone of the entire cinema hall is set in white. In the height of 9 meters, two huge white rings revolve around the central columns in an interlocking, slanting and hovering style. These rings are up to 5m and 15m in diameter, which sizes are overwhelmingly beyond people’s perception. The smooth connection between the ceiling and columns attains a hazy sort of adjoining definition. Whereas the white aluminum mesh around the space creates a vague visual experience.
Called the Caution Cinema, the mobile screening room is designed to ensure that Britain’s port workers remain engaged when learning behaviour practices that could one day save their lives. London office Scott Whitby Studio chose to take a space that would be familiar to all workers, but to make it “startlingly alien”.
ARTTA Concept Studio have used the public corridor that runs through the centre and combined it with the surrounding public space with a sculptured ceiling, by using an organic form and a dynamic design to create a pattern that flows throughout to unify the same space and creating a smooth orientation for the customers.
Just as scattered pieces in kaleidoscope, the ceiling modules with triangle and rhombus patterns are letting light beams into the cinema, the first impression of the dazzling space has been started up as well. With the same rule of geometry, stainless steel strips are dissecting the white marble floor and reflecting the scene of flying paper pieces from ceiling to floor.