The design of public spaces and art installations is a practice developed in order to contribute strategically to enhance attractiveness and the image and identity of a city. It brings together all disciplines of the arts to create this design in the urban environment. Below are just a few art installations and public space designs from this year at Paris Design Week.
CENTRE TCHEQUE DE PARIS
Centre Tcheque de Paris is an exhibition that questions the relationship between people and their interiors. Featuring work by Jirí Pelcl and his students from the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague.
LE CUBE GIGOGNE
Created by artist Dorthée Noirbent, Le Cube Gigogne, was created as a public modular urban structure as a place to organize and host cultural and commercial activities in a public space. This structure can be used in many ways affixed with a canopy or a larger structure can be built using multiple frames. Great for Pop-Up shops!
Galerie Joseph is hosting Design Experience this year at Paris Design Week which is a curation of all things design. From modern furniture and decor, all pieces featuring in Design Experience are truly works of art.
INGRID SOL LECCIA
Ingrid Sol Leccia's work lives on the border between art and design. Specializing in mobile and light sculpture she created this Swing piece displayed at Paris Design Week inspired by an area in New York.