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Raphael Hefti often works with material processes and in this work, he uses a glass coating process which is used for the production of ‘museumglass’. By exaggerating and repeating this process, the large sheets of glass evolve with variable optical behaviour that will change with the ambient light in the gallery.
installationarts: “ Sebastian Hempel Beziehungskiste 2009 420 x 420 x 250 cm Polycarbonatplatten, Leuchtstoffröhren, Holz @Galerie von Bartha, Basel CH; Fridericianum, Kassel ”
Interior Design portfolio
Presenting my portfolio done during my studies of Interior Design and Decoration at RMIT, starting with the winning 'Room by Design' for the GRAND DESIGN exhibition Melbourne 2013 The judges John Eussen (Eusssen Living), Peter Maddison (Grand Designs Australia), Kevin McCloud (Grand Designs UK) and Andrea Lucena-Orr (Dulux Colour Specialist). "Keep in Touch" an inspirational workspace ...a few words about the space... The brief was to create a room in the future either a cleansing, private…
Interplay of light and shadow in architecture - Apolitični
You have probably been intrigued many times by the interplay of light and shadow in some space, because this magnificent brief moment in a...
Scaling Architecture: Abstract Geometry Meets Everyday Life in the Photography of Serge Najjar | Yatzer
With the phrase “it’s not what you see but how you see it” as his ...