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Dripping by Pierre Fabre is a work composed of at least 300 colored strings mysteriously stretched, radiating from the summit of the cascade down to the basin below. A thin trickle of liquid drips from each descending line until the water breaks into tiny droplets. As they fall, perfect concentric circles are drawn on the water’s surface below. The public can interact directly with the work by shaking the strings in front of them to make the water droplets fall. A new trace of liquid will form.
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White Noise embraces all audible frequencies, therefore all colors. The new project shapes white by using different textures, brightening up and creasing on dresses rendered in luminescent satins and 3D brocades. White is absolute, enriched by pictorial injections simulating unexpected shadows and underlining the outfit structure. Other colors – acid green and aqua green – design embellishments following the asymmetrically cut flounces and developing on different lengths, creating a new way to interpret white: they emphasize it, melting and vanishing in the hems of dresses or skirts, giving life to a perpetual movement.
The visual perception of light is heightened by using extra polished fabrics, such as satin woven with nylon threads or black raffia tweed treated with luminescent varnishes. Silk fringes flow from the dresses and dye with color as if reproducing the visible spectrum. Skillfully handmade openwork lights up the body, filtering light to unveil innovative shapes or wrapped in elastic bands reinterpreting a new classicism distinguished by extensive embellishments to redesign a new silhouette, the designer’s research leitmotif.
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Arquitectura en Movimiento Workshop: ‘Located in central Mumbai, our client builds a 6 story building, 2 for each apartment, we simultaneously perform 3 interior design projects for 3 different clients, all from the same family; parents, (an older couple) and 2 families of young couples with children, each with different needs and personalities, this is how we address the same space with different distributions, each had a different reason on which interiors are designed, a concept far from typical housing in India, a space for living inside, contrasting with its urban context, with its social environment.’
‘Specifically in the SDM apartment, after a talk with each member of the family, we got a well defined program based on the customs of each user and each space, the staircase located at the center of the apartment. It was designed as a sculpture in the space with more light and natural ventilation; with very subtle lines but protagonist of the space, it can be seen almost from anywhere in the public areas, it becomes the articulator of spaces and is replicated in other architectural elements such as blinds and ceiling; every space, every detail meets a special character of the users, every color, every picture, every kitchen utensil, every linen was specifically chosen to complete this project and to make it unique.’
‘The pooja room or prayer room was the subject of a major investigation that is expressed in each element, color and lighting, the carving work for the board is a real craft, integrating these elements in a contemporary way was our way to achieve a space for contemplation, spiritual communion, peace and harmony.’
‘Each bedroom has a different atmosphere and they have been specially furnished with pieces selected from the furniture fair in Milan, we can see a wide variety of exclusive designs, artwork, rugs and tapestries, mosaics applications, arabescato marble and walnut wood contrasting with the white of the general area.’
‘The bedroom is a place where the ceiling is an important element and which subtly illuminates the area, the movement generated in it responds to the frame beams that form the structure, ie, we have taken advantage of the space between beams to gain the maximum possible height.’
‘The kitchen as element for family reunion has been designed on simple lines which together with the materials create a serene and elegant atmosphere.’
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“Made for iPhone” Relonch Camera takes magazine-class photos in one click on the shutter button and shares them from iPhone on the spot. iPhone is simply connected to Relonch Camera by Lightning without any hassles with settings, switching Wi-Fi or pairing Bluetooth and gives an opportunity to make magazine-class photos as easy as on an iPhone and to share them on the spot. A single click on the shutter button and a fancy photo is ready to be shared in a social network and saved automatically to Camera Roll.
“Photography has migrated to smartphones. This is the reality today. People just want to create cool photos and share them. The question arises in their minds: how to choose a camera that will be able to do this? Many of these people are stopped by a stereotype: Magazine-class photos can be made just by professionals. We believe that everyone can create fancy photos. The only thing is that there was no simple camera around for everyone to discover a photographer inside. That’s why our fight is not for megapixels, settings or modes. Our fight is for every person’s opportunity to make magazine-class photos and share them with friends and relatives, simply and fast” Relonch, Inc. Chief Product/Design & CEO Sergey Korzhenevich.
Relonch Camera gives such opportunity thanks to a simple connection with iPhone (relonch.com/design), a big APS-C-size sensor, a normal lens with large aperture and the unique image processing algorithm.There is no need to use any filters or additional editing. Relonch Camera creates Fancy Photos (relonch.com/fancyphotos) right away – photos with crisp lines of the main object, depth of field, blurred background, accents and balanced soft colors, shared on the spot.
“When we think about sharing photos from a ‘big black camera’ on the spot, it is real pain – to Shoot, Import, Edit, Export, Send to a smartphone, and finally, to Share.” says Sergey. Today, Wi-Fi camera sharing looks like this: Connect to the camera’s WiFi, Shoot, Switch to another application to Edit, reconnect to another WiFi network to connect to the internet, Share, and reconnect the camera’s WiFi to continue shooting.
As a result, everyone of us faces a choice between an actual, but ordinary photo made with a smartphone and a high-quality photo, which has lost its actuality. Judging by news feeds, people prefer actuality to quality. That is why almost all photographs in our news feeds are made with smartphones, but the maximum amount of “Likes” and “Shares” is collected by striking photographs from ‘big cameras’. We have a dramatically short way to satisfaction of the two needs: to shoot magazine-class photos and to share them on the spot.” And one more feature of Relonch Camera – iPhone is charging via Lightning while you’re making shots.
Relonch Camera is available for Pre-Order starting September, 16 at the website: https://relonch.com with price of $499 (US).
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