This unique and funky interior design appears in a bar in Venice, Italy called "La Biennale". This person behind the design is Tobias Rehberger. The interesting thing about this design is the powerful statement that it makes. A person could feel drunk in this bar even without having consumed any alcohol. The season for this is closely tied to the purpose of camouflage, a common design pattern used in hunting and warfare. Camouflage's purpose is to distort reality. A result of the distortion could be that you cannot see the camouflaged item or that it is impossible to pinpoint the object due to the camouflage. In the concept of "La Biennale" the mind is unable to sort through the funky patterns and colors which distort one's own reality and experience.
Written By Lesley Canter on Tuesday, September 7, 2010 | 10:42 AM
Posted by Lesley Canter at 10:42 AM