Dutch magazine 'Eigen Huis & Interieur' teamed up with 'i29 Interior Architects' to design an eye-catching pavilion that offered an unexpected spatial experience. While color can be used to add a creative touch to a given space, it can also be used to play with perception. This unique structure provided a visually engaging experience for those who stepped inside.
The color-blocked pavilion was designed for the annual design fair 'RAI Amsterdam.' The unique installation was designed to provide a unique spatial experience that would surprise visitors. To achieve this feat, the designers played with color and perspective. Contrasting colors changed the viewer's perception of the space, while the unequal walls interfered with traditional sight lines. The idea was to create an environment that seemed both empty and cluttered at the same time.
The unique structure demonstrates how designers can use something as simple as color to create a unique viewing experience.
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