Surreal “Habitation Cell” by Joseph Dirand

Hey, Wish you great week ahead and amazing time around. I was wondering about posting something about interior design at the same time surreal and idealistic. I came across the design by Joseph Dirand known as “Habitation Cell” which he presented at  Artcurial back in 2011.

It is pretty interesting architectural synthesis based on the idea of its projection through light, which was photographed by his brother Adrien Dirand 🙂  “Habitation Cell” may not exactly represent the interior design of the future, but it looks pretty surreal and idealistic.

The concept embodied a more practical yet artistic metaphor of the photographic darkroom’s function during  an image revelation. The room was inspired by surrealism, minimalism, land art and the pioneers of these movements such as Yves Klein, James Turrel and Robert Morris.

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