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Tracing the Past: Exhibition Design

Inspired by the ancient Etruscan this project traces the past by examining symbols and patterns of this pre-Roman time frame. Using patterns found on frescos, tilework and other items cataloged in their storied history, this project attempts to revisit the past with luxury design for the future. The project included a line of luxury furnishings as well as the installation design to display the work while providing a nod to the designers of our past. 

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Techno Tea House

A traditional Japanese tea house in an urban jungle This bright techno tea house revisits traditional Japanese tea house culture with a modern techno twist. An elevated, digitallly inspired design, the tea house can be placed in a city center, beckoning guests with bright futuristic imagery, using fashion styled geisha’s as the root of the the outdoor design. Once inside, the guest is transported into a dreamlike world thanks to modern LED screens and an interplay with, light, glass and natural custom elements such as wood. The imagery is fresh, unique,

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Saul Bass Inspired Exhibition Design

Exhibition design for a children’s museum based on Oscar Wilde’s Happy Prince, in the style of Saul Bass. The moral lesson of “The Happy Prince” by Oscar Wilde is that the worst aspects of modern society can be overcome by love and charity, which have the unique ability to unite men and make them whole. The premise of the design is that a home may look whole from one angle, but may be unraveling from another. The entire exhibition is a playground with a seesaw, and a precariously balanced jungle

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Aptera: Car Exhibition

A unique car exhibition design based loosely off Futurisim greats Jean Giraud Moebius and Syd Mead in Tron and the black box concept of 2001 Space Odessey. The design concept was to create an exhibition space void of overt advertising and marketing, while creating an experiential exhibition space allowing the user to control  the flow of information through a unique motion sensitive and 3D Mapping design. The car, rather than being placed on a brightly lit stage is hidden behind a glass wall creating intrique and a big reveal at

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Exhibition Design: The Gravity of Climate Change

In Times Square NYC a series of pristine white nested water balloons are suspended in center of the cube with a large pin needle below. As each balloon pops under the weight of the water the display illustrates the gravity of Climate Change how humankind is slipping closer and closer to the tipping point. The final balloon will be crimson red signifying the emergency situation that we are now facing due to climate change. Take a look at the presentation for this single week project design & build here: 

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Tracing the Past: Exhibition Design

Inspired by the ancient Etruscan this project traces the past by examining symbols and patterns of this pre-Roman time frame. Using patterns found on frescos, tilework and other items cataloged in their storied history, this project attempts to revisit the past with luxury design for the future. The project included a line of luxury furnishings as well as the installation design to display the work while providing a nod to the designers of our past. 

Read More »

Techno Tea House

A traditional Japanese tea house in an urban jungle This bright techno tea house revisits traditional Japanese tea house culture with a modern techno twist. An elevated, digitallly inspired design, the tea house can be placed in a city center, beckoning guests with bright futuristic imagery, using fashion styled geisha’s as the root of the the outdoor design. Once inside, the guest is transported into a dreamlike world thanks to modern LED screens and an interplay with, light, glass and natural custom elements such as wood. The imagery is fresh, unique,

Read More »

Saul Bass Inspired Exhibition Design

Exhibition design for a children’s museum based on Oscar Wilde’s Happy Prince, in the style of Saul Bass. The moral lesson of “The Happy Prince” by Oscar Wilde is that the worst aspects of modern society can be overcome by love and charity, which have the unique ability to unite men and make them whole. The premise of the design is that a home may look whole from one angle, but may be unraveling from another. The entire exhibition is a playground with a seesaw, and a precariously balanced jungle

Read More »

Aptera: Car Exhibition

A unique car exhibition design based loosely off Futurisim greats Jean Giraud Moebius and Syd Mead in Tron and the black box concept of 2001 Space Odessey. The design concept was to create an exhibition space void of overt advertising and marketing, while creating an experiential exhibition space allowing the user to control  the flow of information through a unique motion sensitive and 3D Mapping design. The car, rather than being placed on a brightly lit stage is hidden behind a glass wall creating intrique and a big reveal at

Read More »

Exhibition Design: The Gravity of Climate Change

In Times Square NYC a series of pristine white nested water balloons are suspended in center of the cube with a large pin needle below. As each balloon pops under the weight of the water the display illustrates the gravity of Climate Change how humankind is slipping closer and closer to the tipping point. The final balloon will be crimson red signifying the emergency situation that we are now facing due to climate change. Take a look at the presentation for this single week project design & build here: 

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