Input Creative Studio designed the entrance for DIFFA Dining by Design as a part of the Architectural Digest Show in New York this past weekend, in collaboration with Clark Gaynor Interiors.
The entrance to DIFFA’s Dining by Design 2013 represents the journey of an AIDS victim; illustrated metaphorically through the “light at the end of the tunnel” that DIFFA’s efforts provide.
Through the use of perspective, one is naturally drawn into the show as they experience an array of mirrored light bulbs incased in a dark envelope. The combination of two hundred and seventy two light bulbs creates an abstracted mirror above, making the cause relatable as viewers look up and see their own reflection Powerful yet nostalgic, the design pulls one in to reflect, literally and figuratively, on the cause.
+ Project facts
Project: DIFFA’S Dining by Design 2013 Entrance
Design: Input Creative Studio + Clark Gaynor Interiors
Floor Graphics: Corse Design Factory
Lighting Consultant: Studio C Square
272 Mirrored Lightbulbs
1650ft. of Red Cord
276ft. of PVC Pipe
2 Gallons of Matte Finish Red Paint
4 Gallons of High Gloss Black Paint