This installation celebrates the ephemeral nature of sakura in an inhabitable-arced structure. The KITH experience will be vivid and beautiful. As you approach, the wall surface provides an ever-changing, flickering visual; with every angle one gets a new perspective on the surrounding space. This effect provides each user with a distinct dreamlike memory to take with them.
Sakura often symbolizes clouds and a dream-state. Using the colors of the collection we created a textured wall, layered with gradations, reflectivity and a dreamy pattern to produce this cloud like quality. On the interior you have a clean serene white space that focuses on the collections.
The goal of this temporary retail space was to represent KITH's Atlantic/Pacific theme as a dual-spatial experience. We started by using the main colors, Atlantic-navy and Pacific-light blue, to create two equal inhabitable sections. We conceptualized the oceans into one wave structure that is is made up of reflective faceted planes and symmetrically split down the middle. Moving through the store, each wave is a new space in which one becomes submerged.
This retail office fit-out was designed for a tight knit company. For their New York home we developed a space about working together, and being together. Many communal spaces allow for maximum collaboration, while the work platform gives people their personal space and a place to touchdown.
PLAYscape creates a space for PLAY in urban environments that tend to focus on WORK. Using the City of New York as a canvas, we explore three scales in which Sunbrella's durable fabric can extend different urban spaces adding a new landscape of play.
In collaboration with Julian De Zorzi, we created the first prototype for an inflatable screening room we named Cineport. Enjoyed from inside or out, the space can transform any place into an ideal movie viewing environment.
The Virgin Passage acted as an entry experience for a series of art spaces, for a one night ephemeral art gallery. Through the materials, light and video projections by Julian de Zorzi and Nick D'Emilio, the viewer felt a moment of stillness and transformation.