This weekend, I happened to be at Art Basel Miami Beach, and it inspired me to explore colors in space.
1 — Freiburg School by Peter Zimmermann
Designer and visual artist Ruslan Khasanov used gel on illuminated CD surfaces to compose these colorful and fluid typographies.
2 — Universe of Words at Toyama Prefectural Museum of Art and Design by Emmanuelle Moureaux
An artist and architect, Emmanuelle Moureaux, built Universe of Words composed from approximately 140,000 colorful floating hiraganas, Japanese alphabets — for tanabata festival, a tradition when people write their hopes and dreams on colored pieces of paper and hang them from a bamboo branch in the hope that their wishes will come true.
3 — The Substance of Light by James Turrell
James Turrell floods rooms with light that presents itself as gentle seas of color or as an intensely glowing, sometimes diffusely spherical fog of light, taking observers to the limits of their perception. (Museum Frieder Burda)
4 — “Forest and spiral of resonating lamps in the forest — one stroke, snow and winter camellia”by teamLab
5 — Serpentine Pavilion 2015 by SelgasCano Architects
For Serpentine Pavilion 2015, an artchitect studio, SelgasCano Architects, used fluorine-based plastic, ETFE , to create a soft and colorful installation that welcomes people in from different entry points with different colors.
6 — Humlegarden apartment by Tham & Videgard Arkitekter
An architect studio Tham & Videgard Arkitekter renovated the the century old apartment, Humlegarden apartment, filled with wool panels with different colors inspired by the color of Humlegarden park close by.
7 — Chromosaturation by Carlos Cruz-Diez
8 — CHROMAtex.me by Softlab
9 — Pigalle basketball court by ill-studio and NIKE
10 — Chromaticity by monocoque
Next Weekly Design Inspirations: #3 — Creative and Beautiful Analogue Clocks that may be Hard to Read
Last Weekly Design Inspirations: #1 — Three-Dimensional Typographies