Museum of Performance and Design - The building’s form is also reminiscent of “the twists of a conductor’s baton, the swirl of fabric in the clothes of a performer and the stage curtains that open to allow an audience into the world of the imagination,” according to Dziewulski. The museum is intended to be a highly visible landmark and an architecturally significant design that crosses the boundaries of education, age, and culture.
Light Bureau from London sent us their project Cardiff Bay. The parking garage buildings tend to leave us with bland facades. Cardiff Bay project shows us how bland can quickly become blank canvas for a innovative lighting design.