arnaud lapierre + AUDI: ring installation arnaud lapierre + AUDI: ring installation
oct 27, 2011

arnaud lapierre + AUDI: ring installation

‘ring’ by arnaud lapierre in collaboration with AUDI photo by ALDS and eric mercier image © arnaud lapierre

 

 

french designer arnaud lapierre has created ‘ring’, a series of mirrored cubes placed in
a circular pattern in collaboration with AUDI. the vast amount of reflections and angles warps
the perspective of the surrounding area. the optical effect creates a surreal environment in which both the structures
and people are distorted and recreated, fracturing the usual relationship that individuals have with the piazza as well as
themselves. overall, the installation measured 5500 x 4000 mm (216 x 157 inches).    
 
the ‘ring’ installation was on show at place vendôme, paris, at the 2011 foire internationale d’art contemporain (FIAC).
 
 

view of installation at place vendôme photo by ALDS and eric mercier image © arnaud lapierre

 

view from inside photo by ALDS and eric mercier image © arnaud lapierre

 

fractured reflections photo by ALDS and eric mercier image © arnaud lapierre

 

buildings deconstructed in mirrors photo by ALDS and eric mercier image © arnaud lapierre

 

view of mirrored cube photo by ALDS and eric mercier image © arnaud lapierre

 

designboom has received this project from our ‘DIY submissions’ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their own work for publication.

  • I think this a great concept! I would love to see it in lots of different environments to see how it enhances the feeling. Also different times of the day, I can imagine being pretty awesome.

    Jabradley says:
  • the interior view is absolutely wild

    dbkii says:
  • me gustaría ver esta instalación en una zona de alto trafico, tanto como peatonal y vehicular, creo que el resultado seria espectacular…

    vict says:
  • Excelente trabajo, opino lo mismo en zona con mas trafico, la expericia debe llegar a otro nivel

    Chavenatto says:
  • It is amazing collection for Audi. The interior view is looking different from others.

    Bryan says:

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