|LOCATION||Prague, Czech republic|
|TYPE||Interior design - Study|
|TEAM||Denisa Strmiskova, Richard Zacpal, Johanna Sepp|
The space is designed modern and accommodating fresh art gallery store, which is also the centerpiece of the entire house. It offers visitors the opportunity to purchase souvenirs and merchandise, and a place to rest after visiting the gallery (seats), sanitary facilities, as well as storage space for personal belongings (wardrobe). The actual form of the transaction is then visual experience when passing through the various rooms, visitors can perceive changes in this area.
The main visual element is light curtains in ice blue, bright upstairs invisible light strip that supplies feeling of the daylight and also models the shape of the fabric. It communicates across the room and space with corrugated iron finish (in the same color as the fabric). The corrugated wall is also slightly illuminated from the behind by LED strip from the inside edge - copies the principle used on the windows. Thus creating two opposite corners revive space.
This project has been designed as a study, and not been implemented.