One of the greatest aspects of being a designer is that you get to learn about, and work with talented people, from all kinds of industries and professions. I have done marketing and design for real estate projects (among many other fields) for about 6 years now, so I considered myself relatively “seasoned”. So it’s refreshing when I see interesting and exciting work in a field that is rife with so many cliches. Of course it also helps to have a client willing to fork over some serious cash to make those concepts a reality.
London based design firm Radford Wallis has made some really impressive sculptural pieces to demarcate sections of a large commercial space. I love the idea of blowing up mundane objects used in offices everywhere, and utilizing them to visualize the space, these giant pop art like pieces are a perfect solution, said in a clean, visually striking way.
See more images from the project at Radford Wallis’ website, here.