The Parisian roof covered galleries often contains the most beautiful small boutiques, as seen on my picture.
The galleries date way back in time and are the first covered “malls” to be found in Europe.
I was walking and this caught my eye. It’s really simple. Besides just adding the car wrap to advertise, I think it is very clever to add the fin. I think the color of the wrap also makes it very effective because it stands out from other car colors and the surroundings of Paris.
This is the christmas display at the Galleries La Fayette. I thought the designers did a good job on arranging the decorations and they utilized the space very well. I liked how they arranged the display exactly in the centre of the building, on top of one of the cosmetic boutiques so that the visitors can have a good view. It was nice how the little figures rotates around the tree.
I chose these photos in relation to our upcoming project, researching apartments and in what ways we can create the most compact and livable areas comfortably.
I enjoyed these box apartments and how they created a bottom living space by attaching the bed to the ceiling. fairly simple concept.
But it gives many open ideas to creating a living upstairs in a 5m high room.
fold-able kitchen and restroom. etc… Researching and gathering ideas.
I chose this photo as inspiration for our future project in designing multiple places in a 20m apartment and also our talk about the Ikea design.
This is the couch/bed/storage in my apartment that I bought this past semester because it served as all three of those things. Also because it can switch positions (sides) depending on the size, or arrangement of your apartment.