Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Larger Than Life

An installation like this looks fit for a modern museum, but to find out that it's part of an office interior makes it even cooler. The illustration is of Leo Burnett, founder of the eponymous advertising agency for which Ministry of Design created these incredible spaces. I love their concept of separating the project into the distinct environments - Space to Impress, Space to Interact, and Space to Create. Office interiors can sometimes get a little stale and obvious, so it's refreshing to see something this modern and creative.

This "anamorphic art feature" is strategically painted on different planes to trick the eye from afar. So crazy, but so cool. I don't know what the significance of 7+ is, but whoever thought to apply it in this manner is an absolute genius.

(via Dezeen)

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