Posts Tagged ‘illusion’

Wall sculptures and neon lights by Jay Shinn

September 7th, 2016

Colorful and organic, these dodecahedral pieces create an interesting semblance of 3D form. The exhibition also includes a selection of his neon works, which explore the relationship between light and line.

Reality or Illusion? installation by Ferruccio Laviani at Foscarini Spazio Soho, New York City

June 13th, 2016

The installation is a way for visitors to personally experience and discover the new “extra-large” versions of some of Foscarini’s well-known lamps, such as Big Bang, Spokes and Twiggy.

Trylletromler Pavilion by FABRIC, Copenhagen – Denmark

April 7th, 2015

FABRIC have designed the Trylletromler Pavilion on the grounds of Rosenborg Castle in Copenhagen, Denmark.

LEA’S window display by PHAMQUANGDUC, Hanoi – Vietnam

October 15th, 2014

LEA’S window display by PHAMQUANGDUC, Hanoi – Vietnam

Akis Spa by Studio MKZ, Sydney – Australia

August 16th, 2014

The linear detailed entrance compliments the circular wall partitions to offer a sense of removal. To contrast, mirror panels line the adjacent wall to create the illusion of a larger space. This is further achieved through a calm palette, as light ceiling and floor finished delicately contrast with the leather detailing to portray a sense of sophisticated indulgence.

W Mexico City’s Living Room by nemaworkshop, Mexico City – Mexico

July 5th, 2014

Throughout the lobby, nemaworkshop used Polanco as a backdrop, developing a design saturated by colors, shapes and textures, paying homage to Mexico City’s rich history. A pyramid, with hidden messages only visible at night, greets newcomers in the lobby and intimate pockets with laser-cut screens and chairs with backings reminiscent of a mask conceal VIP guests.

Light sisters collection by Ana Babic for Lanterna

August 27th, 2013

Light sisters is group of elegant sophisticated lamps, that can be used as bookshelf or place for your favorite magazines as well. They are made of powder coated metal with led stripes inserted in them. Because of their hidden lights, when you turn it on it gives the illusion of floating magic cubes, making mystical atmosphere.

Van Cleef & Arpels Maison flagship by Pure Creative International, Hong Kong

August 30th, 2012

The Maison is a warm and inviting luxury retail space, finished with wood panelling and a chromatic harmony of soft hues, leather features and floral themes give a luxurious finish, bathed with subtle lighting effects.

SHOE STORES! Camper store by Studio Makkink & Bey, Lyon

June 23rd, 2012

When Dutch designers Rianne Makkink and Jurgen Bey were commissioned by Camper to design a footwear store in Lyon, France, they appropriately looked to the basic movements of walking for inspiration.

Maison Hermes Window Display by Tokujin Yoshioka, Tokyo

June 14th, 2011

Maison Hermes in Japan is experimenting with a shop front window art installation designed by Tokujin Yoshioka and produced by Satoshi Asakawa. Each window shows a Hermès scarf apparently being blown about by the breath of a Japanese actress. The illusion is achieved by venting air from a small hole in the wall near the mouth in the printed image.

NESSIE lightning system by Andrey Bondarenko

June 13th, 2011

The lamp concept consists in interpretation of a legendary being, well known as the Loch Ness monster (Nessie). The graceful silhouette creates illusion of smooth movement on a surface.

Dandy exhibition by Form Us With Love

May 19th, 2011

What is a dandy? What does he look like? Some say a dandy is a particular person. Others say a dandy is a way of life. The architecture of the exhibition dissect the dandy into pieces, in order to expose the details that makes the Dandy.

Fashion Store Interior Fame Agenda by Matt Gibson, Melbourne

May 17th, 2011

Matt Gibson is an Australia based architect who has designed this fashion store interior design for the fashion retailer Fame Agenda, located in the Docklands of Melbourne, Australia. This fashion shop interior applying a transparency and illusion concepts that could bring the customers minds interior and exterior and plays on the perspective of the arcade. The random and organic arches inspired by Thomas Heatherwick’s sculptural works providing intimacy and protection.