Café Culture +Insitu with Hot Black and DKO architects create a time lapse video of their installation for The Project at this years Melbourne Indesign.
September 29th, 2014
“At some point in a designer’s life, we have wondered how an idea is generated and how it somehow takes on a life of its own to form a concept. When asked to develop a concept based around the notion of inception, we felt that the initial moment of an idea is certainly a moment in time. It was the strands of ideas that infiltrate or influence the original conceptual moment where we found great interest in our own design process along with our furniture partners Café Culture +Insitu. This creative journey, whilst congested at times, stops us all in breaths of clarity – where we look to either our foundations or above for the moment in which the life of design has made a mark.”
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