A Gust of Wind by Paul Cocksedge | Dezeen
London Design Festival 2010: designer Paul Cocksedge installed sheets of Corian as though fluttering around a hallway at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London for one day during the London Design Festival last week. Called A Gust of Wind, the piece featured 300 curled pieces of Corian engraved with the words "Ideas Tray" and
I'm not realistically suggesting we do something like this, but I love the way they have utilised the depth of the window space when hanging things. We have assumed that we want to display large images of faces, however we could consider smaller images, displayed with more fluidity.
CHOOSE-TAKE-KEEP- Interactive exhibition, showing 25 years of fashion campaigns on a timeline. client: comme il faut, Tel Aviv. Designed by Michal Granit Design studio.
Gallery of Venice Biennale 2012: Venice Takeaway / Great Britain Pavilion - 9
Image 9 of 12 from gallery of Venice Biennale 2012: Venice Takeaway / Great Britain Pavilion. © Nico Saieh
Nike World Basketball Festival: The Ball Room
Nike World Basketball Festival: The Ball Room: Past. The evolution of the game. Traced - and literally borrowed - from the Naismith Memorial