Art Design Magazine

Art Design Magazine

Art Design Magazine featuring great design, architecture, fashion, graphics and innovation from across the globe.

 

Heaven Bloom

“Heaven Bloom” is located in the lobby of a building which was designed with concept of nature. The installation is composed of 144 mechanical metal flowers which were made of aluminium and stainless steel, different finishes were applied to metal in order to produce special textures and colors. The metal flowers will be in bloom out of the surface and become a dynamic piece collocated with the ambient sounds. Different patterns and movements allow flowers create a near-natural scenario indoors, building a simulation of a phenomena in nature.

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Milky Way

The Milky Way project was inspired by the galaxy in the sky. The warm white color tone reflects people's imagination. When night falls, the interlaced lines are illuminated. Full-color LED light tubes are adopted, with 7 shifting colors to produce rich visual effects and display the mystery and charm of the vast universe. The sculpture also spans 90 meters with a height of 40 meters, producing a giant volume. The structure symbolizes the mountain and water landscape of Wuhan.

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Eighteen

Elle Decor India approached designers to design an art installation to celebrate their 18th anniversary in India. The art installation was put up at India design week expo and witnessed by visitors across the country. This interactive installation conveys significance of being eighteen years old and relates it to a common man. Eighteen is not just a number but a realisation to know and feel what is mirage and the real. Mirror alphabets in the spelling of eighteen were composed to form a cube that gives multiple dimensions and insights to viewer. Witnessing kaleidoscope of reflections is fun.

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Aqua Scape the Orangery Version

This is the second version of Aqua scape. The first-version had completed as the first prototype of Whole Plastic Architecture. Aqua scape was a soft and boneless architecture. Aqua-scape The Orangery version has a double skin system although the first version was a single skin. If it is called that the first-version was boneless like a jellyfish, it is been able to say the Orangery version is like a small shrimp because it is wrapped by transparent soft shell. The first-version of Aqua scape in Japan 2006 was floating on the water, however this is floating on the grass.

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Wind Crystals

At the invitation of government, doTa designed this installation artwork using salt crystals presenting the culture of Budai County, Taiwan. The mahogany wood is used to create a tapered frame that connects the crystallized salt to form a truss structure that can be extended freely. When the sea breeze blows, it rotates according to the wind direction and strength of the wind, chasing the light and the shadow, and the sound of BuDai County.

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The Glimmer

Tape that creates a large-scale artistic overlay by using fluorescent film and light-storing tape to outline the design. This creative medium absorbs sunlight during the day and emits light at night, transforming the train into a moving lantern. In response to the Taiwan Lantern Festival, they curated the world's first light rail train installation that emits light without electricity. It traveled on Kaohsiung's Love River Bay, like a glimmer flowing. In the car, the vision is also cut by tape lines, and the changing light is used to create an infinitely extending, diffuse image.

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Design interview of the day

Read the latest interviews and conversations on design, creativity and innovation between design journalist and world-famous designers, artists and architects. See latest design projects and award-winning designs by famous designers, artists, architects and innovators. Discover new insights on creativity, innovation, arts, design and architecture. Learn about design processes of great designers.

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