Archive for the ‘exhibit design’ category

Caesarstone “Altered States” installation by Snarkitecture, Milan – Italy

April 20th, 2018

The installation consists of a central circular kitchen island, exhibiting the changing states of water through ice, liquid, and steam. Meanwhile, a surrounding “amphitheater” consists of over 250 Caesarstone and metal mesh pedestals, creating a white/grey gradient to emulate the appearance of a natural landscape.

De Petrus Library, Museum and Community Center by Molenaar&Bol&vanDillen Architects, Vught – The Netherlands

April 18th, 2018

All functions are blended into a large open space which is open to the public. The most striking element is the mezzanine floor. This distinctive element gives the church a new look fitting for its new function. The 500 m2 (5380 sq ft) floor accommodates additional functions such as a study area and meeting rooms.

Future Space by Peter Pichler, Milan – Italy

April 18th, 2018

The pavilion is formed of three curving walls, which are arranged together to form a pyramid-like enclosure. Each wall comprises a lattice of standard wooden beams, stacked at right angles to one another. The beams vary in length and also decrease in size towards the top, which gives the structure its curving geometries.

Kale exhibition by Demirden Design, Istanbul – Turkey

April 16th, 2018

Located in the center of the exhibition, the section called “Kale Lab” is designed as an experience area where visitors can design their own tiles. The open space meeting area around the experience area offers a natural and open-minded communication platform with an atmosphere of sincere communication.

Kale’s A switch of mind stand at Cersaie 2017 by Paolo Cesaretti, Bologna – Italy

April 13th, 2018

We used versatility as a conceptual frame. A low-definition modular design complemented with an external semi-transparent digital printed fabric skin. The modular elements are easily reusable giving shape to ever new display spaces and the fabric skin is a communicating surface providing always new messages and identity. Adopting semi-transparent walls to display solid ceramic surfaces was a challenge.

Argolite booth at Swissbau 2018 by Dobas AG, Basel – Switzerland

April 11th, 2018

The exhibition stand was constructed from two semi-transparent fabric skins, the outer skin created a white cube, the inner skin was broken up into fragments, thus setting a strong contrast to the cube. Between the two covers spots brightly illuminate the walls. Focus points were seven HPL pyramids piercing through the inner skin, each surface of a pyramid was equipped with an application-specific HPL.

Like a Flight of Starlings installation by Daniel Buren, Tokyo – Japan

April 10th, 2018

The suspended installation, called Like a Flight of Starlings, is inspired by the artist’s seeing a flock of this bird species flying away, and comprises of no less than 1,675 triangular flags with a red stripe and a blue stripe pattern attached to a metal frame that’s suspended diagonally between the second and fifth floors.

Museum of Me (MOME) by B U G Studio, Bangkok – Thailand

April 9th, 2018

Showcasing ever-evolving art with each exhibition-goer being transformed into the subject of the featured pieces, “Museum of Me” (MOME) takes art experience and customisation into a whole new, unimaginable level in which art and art merchandises are created as one-and-only show/ item for the one-and-only viewer.

Crazy Maze by B U G Studio, Bangkok – Thailand

April 5th, 2018

Reinterpreting summer as a time one focuses on oneself, Emporium weaves together everything it loves: art, innovation, cutting-edge technology and good story-telling into a whole new museum where all viewers become exhibited art piece.

WTF (What-The-Forest!) Club by B U G Studio, Bangkok – Thailand

April 4th, 2018

Recreating a tropical party experience in the heart of the city, WTF Club is the only place you can indulge in AR-Clubbing — getting all high like an all-night party animal — all through innovative technology featuring cool space design, decors, music and performances by top DJs.

Anti-pavilion installation by Other Architects & Retallack Thompson, Melbourne – Australia

April 3rd, 2018

Other Architects and Retallack Thompson designed a site-specific installation in the sculpture garden at the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne for their inaugural NGV Triennial; an exhibition of international, contemporary art and design. Their concept? An “anti-pavilion.”

neubau Booth at MIDO Eyewear Show by DFROST, Milan – Italy

March 29th, 2018

The use of wood for the framework, or the approximately 900 carefully selected plant species in lush green, which have been decoratively placed, take up the vision of the young brand. The green oasis with urban flair presents in the interior a Heritage Wall, which shows the history of the brand in a creative and vivid way.

Dior – The Art of Color exhibition, Shanghai – China

March 28th, 2018

The exhibition is held at the Moca Shanghai, and features a scenography by Paris-based agency La Mode en Images. The show includes Lutens’s expressive and personal makeup through multiple films, Tyen’s sexy colour concept with numerous photographs, and multiple makeup designs co-designed by Richard Burbridge and Peter Philips.

The Light-Art Gallery by Renesa Architecture Design Interior, India

March 27th, 2018

The ideology of commanding the monolithic curves as per the design and placement of the lights was to initially conceal the heavy structural members at the site as well as provide a design harmony to the viewers path of the latest lighting and art design trends at offer.

Parador International Trade Show by Preussisch Portugal, Coesfeld – Germany

March 23rd, 2018

Various product categories such as Vinyl, Laminate flooring etc. are represented by letters resembling the periodic table to enhance the experimental setting. With „Open Frameworks“, a modular flooring system designed by Hadi Teherani, visitors can even create their own flooring patterns at designated layout tables.

Montaña en la Luna installation by ENORME Studio, Madrid – Spain

March 21st, 2018

Montaña en la Luna represents an opportunity to experiment based on the idea of a designer office and portable architecture, on the street and close to users, with which any and all new proposals for cities of the future must be co-designed.

Kondo Museum by Mamiya Shinichi Design Studio, Kyoto – Japan

March 20th, 2018

Various hues of dark gray and dim lighting characterize the museum’s atmosphere and accentuate materials such as stone, bamboo, plaster and traditional japanese paper found on the walls, ceiling and floor.

Issey Miyake store by Naoto Fukusawa, Kyoto – Japan

March 20th, 2018

The interior of the storied premises has been created by designer and longtime collaborator Naoto Fukusawa, and is inspired by the classic japanese sumi or ink colour. The retail setting is simple and understated, balancing the structure’s original elements with subtle modern interventions that allow the colourful merchandise to pop across two floors.

Inlay Workshop of UABB by Studio10, Shenzhen – China

March 17th, 2018

Though small in scale and looks plain, the factory is almost a paradigm of those most typical, commonly-seen ones in the Urban Villages – the deteriorated mosaic-finished exterior wall, temporary addition enclosed with corrugated metal panels, enamel wall-mounted factory lamp, steel roll-up door and so on are all specific to its time and typology.

Solid Light Works installation by Anthony McCall

March 16th, 2018

Rays slowly evolve in real, three-dimensional space, emphasizing the typically-unseen, sculptural qualities of light. The genesis of each installation is a two-dimensional line-drawing. The resulting volumes cast by light can be occupied and explored by visitors as they move throughout the main hall at pioneer works.