Antokolsky is 600 sqm penthouse in Tel Aviv, Israel was designed by Pitsou Kedem Architect. The entire penthouse is wrapped with a screen of clear walls. The internal spaces, floating within the building’s shell, are fully exposed to the city. Passages and movement, or corridors in conventional design language, to the rooms and then, on to the apartment’s spaces are next to the structure’s outer shell. Check out the photos from AMIT GARON!
[ #inspiration #CGI ]Full CGI image was made for Leaseplan as part of their new campaign by Amsterdam, Netherlands based studio: FISK-imaging BV CGI / postproduction: FISK-imaging - Amsterdam
agency: The Others / Selmore
Software: Maxwell Render, Autodesk Maya, Adobe Photoshop CS More CGI
[ #inspiration #Creative ]In Milan Design Week 2014, Japanese designer Nao Tamura has created a floating installation influenced by the earthquake that struck Japan in 2011 for Lexus Design Amazing exhibition. "We lost a lot of people and I thought life is so fragile, people are so fragile," said Tamura. "But also because of the tragedy, we learned to accept the nature and live in harmony with it."