constance guisset's three conversations colors space with gradients
 
constance guisset's three conversations colors space with gradients constance guisset's three conversations colors space with gradients
jul 03, 2014

constance guisset's three conversations colors space with gradients

constance guisset’s three conversations colors space with gradients
all images courtesy of constance guisset

 

 

 

constance guisset has created a series of seats for palais de tokyo. the project, called ‘three conversations,’ provides an inviting area for visitors to chat, observe, and relax amongst the exposed materials of brick, concrete, and steel that construct the space. above the comfortable surfaces, mats are erected supporting a plaiting of straps and carbon circles. these vertical striations serve make references to a dream-like state with swaying color gradients that shift from shades of blue to yellow to pink. each construct is adjustable through the use of a handle located along the side of a pole located in its center. by maneuvering the steel loops up and down, varying degrees of intimacy and enclosure conform to the amount of occupants below.

constance guisset three conversations
the blue construct adjusted to allow a group of kids to sit 

constance guisset three conversations
pink and blue conversations

constance guisset three conversations
the pieces in their stagnant states

constance guisset three conversations
the structures are adjustable through the maneuvering of a handle located along the side of the center pole

constance guisset three conversations
the pink conversation lowered to create a more intimate enclosure

constance guisset three conversations
the use of several loops throughout each structure changes the shape of the strands

constance guisset three conversations
view of the strands from below as they appear to move out radially from the center

 

 

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