The Andrei Duman Gallery in Woodland Hills, California, created an interior that is reflective of the art it displays. The works featured are commissioned by photographer Andrei Duman and features photographs of nature, landscapes and mountain views.
The gallery uses a series of creative interior sculptures to reinforce the the works it features. The Andrei Duman Gallery has a structural system of trees and branches built into the space. The white trees are large in scale and are seen growing into the ceiling. These wooden white branches are often used to hang many of the photographs featured through glass frames and wires. This distinctive mode of art display gives the impression that the viewer is in the landscape where the photos were taken.
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