Sunday, 20 May 2012

Carmody Groarke

Still thinking of the Bauhaus: Art as Life exhibition and one of the things that was really noticeable was the setting for this exhibition. The Barbican building is a fascinating and striking part of the London furniture and it was the obvious and right place to show this collection of work. The interior was re-designed as an architectural installation by London based Carnody Groarke in collaboration with APFEL and it was done so thoughtfully and sensitively. It felt modern, yet relevant to the era and every room you walked in to was geared towards enhancing the work on show - it worked. See blurb from their website about the project below... 

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