"Under Construction" Showroom installation for Vitra NY
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Vitra's NYC showroom will stay open during its renovation, which means the omnipresent dust and noise is to be incorporated. (Dust will be left t… Read More
Vitra's NYC showroom will stay open during its renovation, which means the omnipresent dust and noise is to be incorporated. (Dust will be left to accumulate during the course of the installation's two month period; cleaning will be limited to walking areas.) Karlssonwilker designed a temporary installation utilizing items commonly found on construction sites, like cardboard, bright lights, neon patterns, and caution signs. The "Under Construction" installation will be up until the construction of the showroom has been completed. If you happen to go, make sure to grab a pair of earplugs. Studio: karlssonwilker inc. Project: Under Construction installation
 Client: Vitra Inc. Credits: Nicole Jacek (art direction/styling), Catarina Carreiras (lead design/styling), Aline Stieger (design/styling), Eleni Savvidou (lighting design), Jan Wilker (copywriting), Elisabeth Smolarz and Jerry Rotello (photography) Read Less
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Showroom installation for Vitra Inc., New York
Vitra's NYC showroom will stay open during its renovation, which means the omnipresent dust and noise is to be incorporated. (Dust will be left to accumulate during the course of the installation's two month period; cleaning will be limited to walking areas.) Karlssonwilker designed a temporary installation utilizing items commonly found on construction sites, like cardboard, bright lights, neon patterns, and caution signs. The "Under Construction" installation will be up until the construction of the showroom has been completed. If you happen to go, make sure to grab a pair of earplugs.
Studio: karlssonwilker inc.

Project: Under Construction installation


Client: Vitra Inc.

Credits: Nicole Jacek (art direction/styling), Catarina Carreiras (lead design/styling), 
Aline Stieger (design/styling), Eleni Savvidou (lighting design), Jan Wilker (copywriting), Elisabeth Smolarz and Jerry Rotello (photography)