Posts tagged 'Interiors'

Le Louvre by Frack Bohbot

The Louvre Project began with a carte blanche commission by Le Musée du Louvre, Paris in 2013. 

(Source: behance.net)

Alessandro is a photographer grown up in Milan, Italy. HE discovered the world of photography since when he was very young playing together with his grandfather and his 6 x 6 Rolleiflex camera. A lot of things have changed since then: technology items and so on, but also the way to communicate with people has changed and the use we do of photography has evolved together with the people moods; in these 30 years of experience it had the pleasure to understand the people and communicate with them with his art. Obviously In whatever he does he puts all his personal taste and touch, so do not expect from him the same common and flat images, I am not that kind of photographer.  Been grown in Milan has always put him in contact with the industry for which that city is the world capital like fashion, design and furniture, but  have also been much influenced by the the Milanese culture made of romanticism, good kitchen, strong lights and deep dramatic shadows like those of the pictures of our painters: Leonardo, Caravaggio, Mantegna and the drama of the opera and ballet. He is mostly specialized in: - Portrait: (beauty, body, artistic) - Fashion (Summer, Winter, Swimwear, Lingerie) - Magazine pictures - Airplanes - Furniture and design - Still life

Alessandro is a photographer grown up in Milan, Italy.
HE discovered the world of photography since when he was very young playing together with his grandfather and his 6 x 6 Rolleiflex camera. A lot of things have changed since then: technology items and so on, but also the way to communicate with people has changed and the use we do of photography has evolved together with the people moods; in these 30 years of experience it had the pleasure to understand the people and communicate with them with his art.
Obviously In whatever he does he puts all his personal taste and touch, so do not expect from him the same common and flat images, I am not that kind of photographer.
Been grown in Milan has always put him in contact with the industry for which that city is the world capital like fashion, design and furniture, but  have also been much influenced by the the Milanese culture made of romanticism, good kitchen, strong lights and deep dramatic shadows like those of the pictures of our painters: Leonardo, Caravaggio, Mantegna and the drama of the opera and ballet.
He is mostly specialized in:
- Portrait: (beauty, body, artistic)
- Fashion (Summer, Winter, Swimwear, Lingerie)
- Magazine pictures
- Airplanes
- Furniture and design
- Still life

Ligh design by Johan Lindstén. Meltdown is an interpretation and attempt to make something beautiful from the disastrous nuclear accident in Fukushima. Would an actual meltdown occur and what would the impact be? The disaster is reflected in the lamps where the process already begun and the bulb are about to melt through the last defense of the glass.

Bouquet Mural by Jet Martinez in Facebook Headquarters 
Mural inspired by Mexican floral textile prints, acrylic on wall

Paper Chandeliers by Cristina Parreño

Paper Chandeliers designed by spanish architect Cristina Parreño Alonso is a lighting installation, a big undulating roof made out of paper tubes that articulates the spatial environment mediating between the art installation and the architectural project.

(Source: urdesign.it)

Signage and Wayfinding for Innovation Center by Claan

With the opening of the Innovation Center in Porto the building itself had to become the communication catalyst of UPTEC’s values. We created a signage system and tailored a communication strategy which expands beyond the walls to turn the Innovation Center into a landmark and communicate through the signage the aspects of research, experimentation and science. The initial hospital like corridors have become full of color and life through the invasive graphics across the space and the creation of illusion.

Source 2012
white oak, light bulb, cord
Design by Darren Blackstone Foote

Furniture with natural stone base by Byung-Hoon Choi 

Amazing Anthony Chapel at Garvan Woodland Gardens, Hot Springs, Arkansas ll created and constructed by Maurice Jennings Architect

The Chapel at Garvan Woodland Gardens is a place for simple religious services, cultural events, and quiet meditation amidst the forested setting of the botanical gardens. From the native stone base, the wood structure rises fifty-seven feet to form a canopy over the worship space that seats up to 200 people. The wood columns branch, forming a lattice of ‘limbs’ overhead reminiscent of English Gothic fan vaulting. The Anthony Chapel received the Arkansas Chapter AIA Merit Award in 2007.

Oil room by Richard Wilson. The installation called 20:50 is based in an empty room where the very thin layer of oil is laid down on the metal base to create an illusion of depth as well as mirror effect to confuse. This piece of work is thought to be one of the most important British artworks in the past decades.

World map made from small human figures by Clinton De Menezes

World Map was commissioned by PwC for their new flagship building in More London designed by Norman Foster.

Ho-Hum restaurant in Seoul designed by m4

Futuristic interior creates fascinating little environment for each restaurant’s customer. Name “episode 1” gives a link to the “Star Wars” movies, textures and illustrations becomes an identification of Korean food tradition.