Posts Tagged ‘sacred space’

Light + Shadows Works by Phillip K Smith III, Los Angeles – California

January 17th, 2016



Double Truth: Light Artist Phillip K. Smith III Plays with our Perception of Space

Neel Sutra India Fashion Store by Architecture Discipline, Gurgaon – India

August 10th, 2014

An overall muted color palette is used to offset the curated content at the store. All the incidental, residual elements intended as a backdrop, are hence rendered black with a no-sheen, black paint (called blackboard) that is typically used in public schools to refresh the chalkboards.

SHOE STORES! V di Ventura shoe shop by Creneau International, Belgium

May 16th, 2012

Ventura is an abbreviation of Bonaventur, meaning “Good Luck” or literally “Good Adventure”. An open, transparant shop front with a central gate and high windows attract the eyes of passers-by. An entree with a high ceiling is created, giving the entrance the appearance of a sacred space of contemplation.