Posts Tagged ‘installations’

Charles Tyrwhitt window display by Lucky Fox, London – UK

September 18th, 2017



Flanking the shirt installations were large angled mirrored panels and oversized numerals printed in the brand’s iconic tie patterns to echo the messaging of the campaign, which were all produced by Lucky Fox.

Silo of Silence – Clicked Core by Haegue Yang, Berlin – Germany

September 11th, 2017

Based in both Seoul and Berlin, Korean artist Haegue Yang is known for using mundane objects and materials, ranging from industrial mass-produced items to organic and immaterial things such as smells or noises as well, to create intricate and nuanced installations.

Aishti Spring 2017 window campaign by Arte Vetrina Project, Beirut – Lebanon

April 6th, 2017

The discs that run in sync are the perfect backdrop for the campaign’s claim “ENJOY YOUR LIFE” while the shades of blue and yellow highlight the mood of the new collections.

VLISCO UN à UN exhibition by Studio Harm Rensink, Helmond – Netherlands

February 20th, 2017

The psychedelic exhibition space was designed by Studio Harm Rensink, who ‘skinned’ the walls and floor of each room with the designs of former Vlisco designer Michiel Schuurmans, enhancing the feeling of ‘stepping into’ Vlisco.

Paper Dome installation by YokYok and Ulysse Lacoste, Beirut – Lebanon

November 3rd, 2016

Visitors are overshadowed by the 10-m-wide structure that is held together with wooden slats. The object is lifted and titled on a pivoting point, allowing each viewer to step inside and explore the installation.

Mendeley office by align, London – UK

September 9th, 2016

The most unique aspect of the zones comes in the use of wallcoverings with both sliding screens and write-on walls that enable Mendeley’s staff to work on coding and scheduling, whilst constantly benefitting from interaction with and input from other staff.

Saks Fifth Avenue by FRCH Design Worldwide & Saks Fifth Avenue team, Toronto – Canada

August 2nd, 2016

The dramatic light sculpture encases an architecturally enhanced ‘totem’ column that is adorned with textured and mirror-finished bronze panels and encased in vertical framing to draw the eye upward and introduce a sense of poetic motion.

Meraas City Walk by Float4, Dubai – UAE

July 19th, 2016

Overall, Meraas comprises more than 30 LED installations in 21 different formats and nearly 30 high-res projectors totalling over 80,000,000 pixels. The project represents a major challenge for content production, made even more difficult by the fact that the majority of installations are located outside.

Nestlé exhibition area by Tinker Imagineers, Vevey – Switzerland

July 8th, 2016

At the centre of the facility is a large, sculptural ramp that winds through small displays, as well as a life-size tree decorated in over a thousand “flowers” made from crumpled and folded Nestlé packaging.

Esplanade promenade lighting by B LIGHT, Singapore

June 5th, 2016

The lighting solutions of B LIGHT — leading producer of lighting luminaires — contribute in making the promenade alongside the Esplanade, the futuristic performing arts center built in the emblematic Marina Bay in Singapore, even more evocative.

Ted Baker Lancaster Place Grooming Room by FormRoom, London – UK

May 19th, 2016

Inspired by the silver screen, FormRoom created sculpture made out of radio equipment, a vintage television displaying white noise and a miniature television containing a set model of the Lancaster Place Grooming Room.

Roca on the menu installation by CuldeSac™ Custom Retail, Madrid – Spain

May 7th, 2016

Depending on the distance from which you look at the dishes in the showcase, you can perceive its elements in different ways.

Cromateria installation by Luca Trazzi, Milan – Italy

May 2nd, 2016

The 6 meter high structure used a video mapping technique which projected a series of collages on to the surface.

Teatro Verdun lobby by Joseph Barakat Architects, Beirut – Lebanon

April 19th, 2016

The lobby’s design is best described as 1920’s art deco: it is opulent, vintage and glamorous. Geometric shapes and prints reminiscent of the era are made out of marble, brass and steel, complemented by oversized art nouveau murals and custom-made light installations made to recreate an epoch where culture and technology were simultaneously blooming and coalescing, and when the arts were a way of life.

Light and Space photographic installations by Clint Baclawski

March 4th, 2016

Photographs within the cylindrical compositions form in segments, and engage viewers over-and-over as they move inwards, outwards, and around the works.

Études Studio pop-up store, Paris – France

March 4th, 2016

The pop-up, situated on the men’s floor in the basement, beckons fans from afar with a signature setting which references the brand’s permanent boutique across town. Furnishings are sleek and simple, comprising of transparent acrylic panels in a dark blue shade.

Joyce installations by Tadaomi Shibuya, Shanghai, Beijing

February 22nd, 2016

For this elaborate project Japanese urban artist Tadaomi Shibuya was enlisted who created monkey-inspired, eye-catching graphics in his inimitable futuristic manga style, and which boldly adorn both windows and doorways.

Argolite exhibition stand at Swissbau 2016 fair by Dobas AG, Lucerne – Switzerland

February 3rd, 2016

On the left side 7 light-columns were created in HPL to attract interest on new properties of their products. Each column had two viewmaster installations (fashionable dia-viewer in the 70ties) illustrating the application of these materials.

Baroque Baroque Exhibition by Ólafur Elíasson, Vienna – Austria

January 5th, 2016



As one of today\’s leading artists, Ólafur Elíasson has taken on a new challenge to transform a landmark location with his intriguing installations, and this time it’s the winter palace of Prince Eugene of Savoy in Vienna, an ornate baroque-style building from the late 17th century.

Hotel Adriatic by 3LHD Architects, Rovinj – Croatia

November 12th, 2015



When Art Shapes Space: the New Hotel Adriatic in Rovinj, Croatia by 3LHD Architects