The contrast of different materials as white wall, wood and leather make a richly textured space. Green brings a sense of vividness and nature to the space. Attention to details is reflected in furnishing, where leather, wood and steel create a historical feeling and black chairs and white tables make the space clean and tidy.
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Tara Donovan’s newest wall sculptures at Pace Gallery are composed of thousands of white styrene cards that are individually stacked, glued, and rotated 90 degrees. Each of the 30 works in the gallery feels absolutely impossible – the mathematics, the labor, and the result. A closer look reveals the inhuman complexity and precision of overlap.
The two shops, a ground floor and first floor, now become a single space module with individual subsections: mobile devices and their accessories on the ground floor, gaming and gadgets on the first floor. The ground floor hosts exhibition of products, while the first floor creates a comfortable and familiar space for gaming testing.
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.
The reception already exposes the palette of colors of the brand, the predominant white with details in red, the use of the gray in coverings to demarcate and to counter pose the effect of the white color, as we work with lighting effects, such as those hanging at that reception, which arrangement already refers to the traces of the brand, being placed at 45 degrees.
The construction and decoration of the commercial office for the security outsourcing company G4S was based on the dynamic of the brand, its character and its close association with technology. Our aim was to highlight the existing strong brand name that promotes the space, products and services through our futuristic design.
This Vase & Fruit Bowl were designed as part of the AER Acrylic Tableware collection. It is constructed from 4 mm acrylic and bonded together with translucent glue which cures in white light. The collection experiments with the idea of suspending objects in space and were inspired by air bubbles in water.