Architecture + Art Meet At The Antivegetativa Installation
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All images from David Edelia Antivegetativa installation at the Ex Elettrofonica gallery in Rome While we love talking about interiors and architecture here, we also love and appreciate cool art. The Antivegetativa installation at the Ex Elettrofonica gallery in Rome is nothing less than an immersion in color. The art gallery was structurally transformed into a ship hull and then immersed in Tiffany Blue. While lighting is important in both art and interior design, there were large openings in the ceiling left for the recessed lighting . The lighting is effective, but hidden. Modern art installation in Rome with recessed lighting. The decor is minimal, yet still contributes to the overall story. Vintage portraits and furniture were scarcely placed throughout the installation and helped to give the true feeling of immersion since they were also coated in Tiffany Blue as well. Art gallery transformed into a ship hull and immersed in color. While you may not apply this exact same aesthetic in your own home, there are some takeaways. Rather than immersing your entire wall and floor, perhaps just a vintage art piece will add a lot of personality to your space. Also, when it comes to lighting your own home, you don't have to select large fixtures, sometimes hidden light is the best way to go. LED track lighting is a streamlined options for interior lighting that will showcase your cool new art pieces.