Interactive

An overview of projects, products and exclusive articles about interactive

Project • By Spark ChicagoOffices

Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital

Top-ranked Lurie Children’s Hospital provides superior pediatric care with a legacy of excellence. Inspired by the tactile optimism of children’s toys, a series of installations reminds employees of the patients, families and communities they serve each day. More

Project • By Spark ChicagoOffices

Paylocity - Lake Mary

Paylocity’s Lake Mary office serves as a destination training hub for the human capital management software company. Florida’s culture is celebrated throughout four floors of the office, paying homage to local sports teams, destinations and attractions. The spirit of the environmental branding throughout the Lake Mary office continues the narrative developed for Paylocity’s Boise and Schaumburg offices. More

Project • By Spark ChicagoOffices

Feeding America

Feeding America offers help to those in need through a nationwide network of food banks. Their mission is simple: to feed America’s hungry and engage the country in the fight to end hunger. Branded elements in their updated office bring Feeding America’s stories to life, showcasing their brand patterns, extensive color palette, and beautiful photography. More

Project • By Spark ChicagoOffices

Equity Residential

Equity Residential acquires, develops and manages apartment complexes in the United States. Guided by their mantra, creating communities where people thrive, the branding displays throughout Equity Residential’s space celebrate the places in which employees live, work, play and serve. They illuminate their core values of sustainability, social responsibility, wellbeing, diversity and inclusion. More

Project • By LIKO-SOffices

KOMA Modular Headquarters

KOMA Modular is a Czech manufacturing company that is the leader in the Czech modular market. The modular KOMA system is a complex building system that can be used as temporary and easily movable buildings, but also as permanent buildings. Their products are situated in city centers or industrial zones all around the world. In 2015, KOMA Modular in cooperation with the Czech architectural studio CHYBIK + KRISTOF designed and produced the Czech pavilion for the world exhibition EXPO in Milan. The modular pavilion was awarded the bronze medal for architecture and innovations. As it is a modular building, it was possible to disassemble the entire pavilion and transport it back to the Czech Republic after the exhibition. KOMA Modular decided t... More

Project • By Partners by DesignOffices

JBG SMITH

Coming from a traditionally designed space, JBG SMITH’s focus on this project was to create a modern environment for employees that allowed for more collaboration and alternative work places. Thoughtful details are noticed throughout, each showcasing the craftsmanship and overall design process that coincides with the company’s rebrand.   The bones of this project started by connecting two separate buildings, one existing and one new construction, each with a separate address. From the very beginning, tremendous amounts of collaboration were needed between contractors and firms. While under construction, changes were being made not only to the existing building, but also by interconnecting multiple stories to create an op... More

Project • By Architecture BRIOIndividual Buildings

Magic Bus Learning Pavilion

The Magic Bus Learning Pavilion is partly a building, partly a challenge course. It is an interactive building used as a gathering space and play area for underprivileged children while they are on their weekend camps. Sponsored by the Laureus Foundation, it is located on the Magic Bus Centre for Experiential Learning.As the budget for the Learning Pavilion was considerably low, the structure is designed as economical as possible. It therefore attempts to use the least amount of materials with the maximum amount of covered, shaded spaces. This is accomplished through the use of steel columns and a lightweight roof.The structure remains open from all sides, par the toilets and storage areas, which provide support to the two de... More

Project • By SpaceMattersPavilions

The Bonjour India Experience

At the heart of the Bonjour India festival, the ‘Bonjour India Experience’ pavilion was a one-of-its-kind travelling exhibition at the intersection of art, architecture, design and urbanism. The 9-meter-high, 800 square metre and 40 tonne installation travelled approximately 3500 kilometres from the iconic India Gate in Delhi to Cross Maidan Garden behind the historic Churchgate Station in Mumbai to become the star attraction of the world’s largest book fair in Kolkata. It welcomed more than 180,000 visitors over a period of 30 odd days, spread over the 3 cities. As an intervention in public space, the pavilion was designed to integrate itself with the site conditions at each location. The metal members and mesh provide for varying gradatio... More
Fotograf: Martin Baitinger
Fotograf: Martin Baitinger
Fotograf: Martin Baitinger
Fotograf: Martin Baitinger

Project • By DITTEL ARCHITEKTEN GMBHExhibition Centres

Citizens Advice Bureau Frankfurt am Main

For the reorientation of the Citizens Advice Bureau in Frankfurt am Main, DIA - Dittel Architekten developed and implemented an overall concept for the city. The Citizens Advice Bureau is intended to become the central point of contact for citizens at its new, more prominent location on the famous alleyway »Hinter dem Lämmchen« in the DomRömer Quarter, which was opened in 2018. DIA developed an innovative platform for modern communication, information and exchange in the form of a showroom with an interactive digital concept. As part of an invitational announcement, the design of the architects at DIA prevailed. Representative attraction in the new DomRömer QuarterThe highly representative importance of the Citizens Advice Bureau is not onl... More

Project • By Groundwork Architects & Associates Ltd.Exhibitions

Fairyland Playscape

Play Instructions1. This is a piece of art and architecture; the entire space constitute the “toy”. 2. It is an abstract art that wish to inspire. The participates are also part of the art work. 3. This space is about taking risky, because challenges can be fun4. The structure more bouncy and difficult than you think, please be careful!5. For the best play experience, go bare foot (no socks). You may store your shoes in the shoe racks. 6. Please enjoy and take a lots of picture! This is the "Yushan" of Chinese mythology, which is the residence of the Queen Mother. The warrior monkey Sun Wukong once played here. This is architecture; it is also artwork and a very large toy. Groundwork was commissioned by the Hon... More

Project • By GenslerExhibitions

Blind Trust

Gensler Seattle unveiled ‘Blind Trust’, an interactive exhibit, at the 2018 Seattle Design in Public Festival. Blind Trust challenges visitors to use touch, rather than sight, as their primary means of navigation and interaction with the installation. Visitors move through three concentric, rectangular extrusions formed by rope stretched vertically between frames. While these tightly knit rope ‘walls’ appear impenetrable and visually homogenous, many of the ropes are actually elastic, allowing a participant to create an opening. In order to pass through each successive layer, visitors use their sense of touch to find possible paths. In the center of the rope forest is a clearing, open to the sky. This is intended as a moment of reflection f... More

Project • By Miguel ChevalierChurches

Voûtes Célestes

“Voûtes Célestes” is a generative and interactive virtual-reality artwork projected onto the Saint-Eustache Church’s chancel vaults, its central nave, its transept crossing, and its two transepts.Surprising imaginary sky charts are created in real time. The visitor discovers 35 different colored networks of light one after the other, that spread out in the form of sinuous webs. These large meshes take form and then lose their shape, changing following the movements of visitors in the central nave, creating ever renewed, diversified universes. “Voûtes Célestes” highlights the site’s architecture, the volumes of the columns and ribbed vaults come to life before our eyes. These suspended universes accentuate one’s impression of the monument’s... More
GOLD 800 EXPERIENCE CENTRE
GOLD 800 EXPERIENCE CENTRE
GOLD 800 EXPERIENCE CENTRE
GOLD 800 EXPERIENCE CENTRE
GOLD 800 EXPERIENCE CENTRE

Project • By SpacemenShowrooms

Gold 800 Experience Centre

Spacemen were commissioned to design an experiential centre for a first-of-its-kind premium lifestyle consultant and its ultra exclusive members-only club lounge. Due to the high profile of the clubs’ clientele an emphasis on discripency was of high importance.Just like the smooth stroke of a calligraphy brush in motion, the entire flow of the space was designed so that clients can be swiftly guided upon arrival into their designated appointment areas and rooms. Transitioning between space to space will feel effortless and seamless.A rich palette of brass metal strips and white volakas marble line the entrance foyer and stretch the entire corridor to the members only lounge area.‘Where culture embraces the future’, was the approach we adopt... More

Project • By KossmanndejongExhibitions

Canon of Dutch History

The Canon of Dutch History, the list of 50 topics that summarizes Dutch history, comes to life as a new permanent exhibition in the Holland Open Air Museum in Arnhem. Housed in the refurbished entrance pavilion designed by Mecanoo, Kossmann.dejong’s design is imagined as a multimedia film set. The theatrical combination of physical, interactive and audiovisual media with unique collection presentations results in an engaging and fascinating visual narrative. The carefully reconstructed spatial collage of historic icons is interwoven with stories from everyday people, giving visitors an in-depth experience of the past from today’s perspective.2018 Shortlisted Museums + Heritage Awards, category International2018 Winner Silver European Design... More

Project • By KossmanndejongExhibitions

ZieZo Marokko

INTERACTIVE EXPLORATION OF THE MEDINA Following the previously successful exhibitions ‘Death Matters’ and ‘Bisjpoles’ at the Tropenmuseum, Kossmann.dejong has designed the new interactive exhibition ‘Ziezo Marokko’ for Tropenmuseum Junior. In it, children and families are taken on an exciting tour of discovery through Morocco. Immediately upon entering, young visitors board a plane. During the flight heading south they are introduced to the adventures that lie ahead. Once landed, they seem to find themselves in a Moroccan medina; the theatrically laid out exhibition space has been turned into a white city comprising a labyrinth of streets and alleys, squares and vistas. Through spatial play and optical illusion using light and shadow, a... More