Last week we published the design concept for the The Immersery which has now opened to the public as the centrepiece of the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival. The Immersery is a cloud-like structure suspended above a floating bar and open-kitchen restaurant on the banks of Melbourne’s Yarra River designed by international design practice HASSELL, from a concept dreamt up by the team at Melbourne Food and Wine Festival. WLA interviewed HASSELL by email about the design and various aspects of the design process.
Continue reading INTERVIEW | The Immersery by HASSELL
The installation Pretty Vacant by design and research studio encourages visitors to take a fresh look at the empty spaces of the Centraal Museum.
Continue reading Pretty Vacant | Utrecht Netherlands | Rietveld Landscape
This project was an opportunity to bring together the laying out of a long linear landscape that crosses different, well defined, territories, and a more universal reflection on the reading of the landscape through a strong and structuring element like the Berry Canal. It is a reading of the landscape that allows one to take the step back that is indispensable for this type of project, and facilitates a fine approach to places and their dynamics, in order to make them explicit and therefore identifiable by the public.
Continue reading Banks of Berry Channel | Cher France | TN PLUS
Headlands II (2009) © Barry Underwood
Barry Underwood has created some astonishing installations with the use of light to accentuate the natural form of trees, rocks and the terrain. Barry gave us a background on the works and how he created them.
Continue reading Illuminated Landscapes | Barry Underwood