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DESIGN STUDIO BRIDGING THE IMAGINED AND THE TANGIBLE THROUGH 3D VISUALS, FILM, AND COLLECTIBLE PIECES — FOUNDED AND DIRECTED BY ARTIST ANDRéS REISINGER.
We wanted to create spaces that stand out over the common store. We bet on the personalized design of the furniture, which was created for each space and treat each corner of the spaces as artistic works to get a sophisticated place with personality, but that makes you feel things, that generates emotions, memories. What we needed was to make the spaces dreamy since the purpose of the project was to take the audience to a specific state of mind, a place where emotion is what commands and makes the decisions. For this we use the pink color mostly and its close analogues, since it is a color that every human has very internalized. We have these colors in many parts of our body, whether inside the mouth, our sexual organs, skin tones, etc. Therefore, all the colors of our body we like, they move us and make us feel at home. We use the subtlety of the combination of opposing textures, the materials we use (soft and opaque carpets as opposed to hard and shiny metal elements) define spaces where surreal sensations merge with textures and reflections. The purity of the geometric shapes and the timeless elegance of a practice like meditation, work in a project that tries to build a unique, classic and innovative concept. The idea of this project is to integrate the exterior with the interior through windows with organic shapes that provide an architectural framework to meet a work of art always different inside: the sky in its endless transformation. Light is always natural and shadows soft, even in the interior spaces artificially illuminated. In the interior spaces we use some directed spots to generate that warmth of the sun's rays entering through the canopy of the trees in an autumn forest. The idea behind our way of illuminating is to always generate the feeling of being under an unconditional sky, either surrounded by trees in a forest or inside a cave over the sea.
Digital Installations by Andrés Reisinger