Media and Architecture do the nasty

The physical form of any set, exhibit, interior or building leads to a doorway of expressive possibilities often never realized. In their static state these forms and spaces provide the roots for an extension into their virtual counterpart. Our daily (hourly) interaction with the computer screen has given us a new requirement for anything we use, it must be able to respond to us in a fluid manner and it must me augmented with information. It is with this paradigm that we look at the design possibilities presented to us by interior design and architecture. Our past work in TV production design was an adventure into all the expressive possibilities we could imagine; fusing the physical form of a ‘tv-set’ with animated light and motion graphics created dynamic, functional and augmented environments.