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    2D space

    By Oakhay
    Apr 10, '13 11:50 AM EST

    Can 2 dimensional space define 3 dimensional space? Maybe. These headboard wall decals by Working Class Studio, a design coop out of the Savannah College of Art and Design, say yes, it can. The decals are not only low cost and space conserving, they are well designed and versatile. Those who love high brow design and trueness to material may scoff at this headboard made virtually of a non-material. But I find the idea that a 2 dimensional object can define the boundaries of space quite fascinating. 

     

    http://cdn.archinect.net/images/514x/i4/i4m21x8p53ys258e.jpg

    http://www.whatisblik.com/shop/mid-century-gothic

     

    http://cdn.archinect.net/images/514x/06/06fax7vyksn2g0c0.jpg

    http://www.whatisblik.com/shop/nessa-bed-frame?___SID=U



     
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the relationships between objects in space, the adjacency of one object to another, transitions from space to space, the dynamics or contrasts between materials, the human scale of built environments, the creation of open or closed boundaries, etc. etc. etc. . .

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