Posts Tagged ‘perspectives’

New Old branding by Mother Design

February 24th, 2017

In categories such as fine wines and spirits, ageing is the fundamental indicator of quality and substance. We wanted to use this insight as the foundation of new product line that bottles the essence of ageing and forces us to question our attitudes.

Monochrome Kale Pavilon by Paolo Cesaretti at Unicera 2016, Istanbul – Turkey

June 6th, 2016

The project was able to speak both to professionals and consumers through symbolic chromatic matchings: white – the company, four different shades of gray – the thematic exhibition clusters, oak wood to express a solid sustainable attitude.

Sylinghim office by Plot Architecture Office, Hong Kong

May 2nd, 2016

Timber and metal as contrasting materials further differentiate the sight lines, and the open edges and floating ceilings emphasize the openness of the space.

The Relativity of Matter Installation by Levi van Veluw

March 16th, 2016

The installation contains many of the elements that populated van Veluw’s previous works and also marks a shift in the work, which has evolved from a formal and material research into an exploration of the dark themes of fear, loneliness and loss of control.

Karen Millen February 2016 windows by StudioXAG, London – UK

March 4th, 2016

A play between textures is enhanced with the concrete print continuing from the imagery on to a transparent material, and each window is framed by an asymmetrical colour pop outline.

UP Pavilion by Marco Porpora Architetti, Bologna – Italy

November 19th, 2015



Up is the English acronym chosen by Ariostea to summarise its exhibition at cersaie 2015.

Go Eat Tapas DINING BAR by tAMINN Design, Hsinchu – Taiwan

November 11th, 2015



Go Eat Tapas DINING BAR has reflected gorgeous and energetic images of Spain.

Mélange store by Ahmad Fakhra + Massive Order, Kuwait City – Kuwait

September 29th, 2015

The other experience sculpts space with a black and white geometric stalactites like ceiling center piece that acts as a provocative window display and doubles as a functional merchandise area.

QWSTION Invites Store, Zurich – Switzerland

September 12th, 2015



Swiss bag maker QWSTION returns to the very same spot in in Zurich\’s happening Kreis 4 neighbourhood where it previously opened a pop-up concept store, but now it\’s here to stay for good.

Where to Start From Exhibition by Maurizio Nannucci at MAXXI, Rome – Italy

August 1st, 2015



The Essence Behind the Light: Maurizio Nannucci at MAXXI

Light Origami Installation by Masakazu Shirane & Reuben Young, Sydney – Australia

June 28th, 2015



Kaleidoscopic origami dome bathes visitors in luminous reflections

LEA’S window display by PHAMQUANGDUC, Hanoi – Vietnam

October 15th, 2014

LEA’S window display by PHAMQUANGDUC, Hanoi – Vietnam

Milk Tea & Pearl at Boxpark by Atelier Y A O, London – UK

September 17th, 2014

Referencing the Baroque where perspective tricks were deployed to make interiors to appear higher or deeper than reality, the studio reversed such strategy by using geometric lines and taking advantages of false perspectives to make the space appear shallower and wider.

CMC office by Jorge Mealha Arquitecto, Cascais – Portugal

October 29th, 2012

Using thin and continuous lines of light organized trough some different geometrical arrangements, the ceiling was taught as a drawing surface to characterize the space. The glass partitions were textured by panels of random hatched stripes in order to emphasize the limits of different departments as textured veil membranes floating in the space.

Fame Agenda by Matt Gibson, Melbourne

January 2nd, 2012

Inspired by Janet Laurence’s ephemeral artistic layering of photographic architectural images across transparent screens & post modernist art work where layering of disparate imagery brought about alternative 3rd meanings so too was it considered that the now vacant and prominently positioned large corner glazing of the new Fame Agenda facade could re-interpret ‘old’ and ‘traditional’ in a new and contemporary ways.