The Ephemeral Lighting Installation by (fos) in Madrid

Category: Design Published on 07 Oct, 2013 Tags: , , ,
The Ephemeral Lighting Installation by (fos) in Madrid

Multidisciplinary team (fos) has created an ephemeral installation on the facade to this vegan restaurant at Lope de Vega street in Madrid. The installation, titled (fos), takes the same name as the team itself. The name (fos) means ‘light’ in the Greek language, and ‘melted’ in Catalan. 

Using yellow tape, painted décor items, pineapples and a lamp, (fos) creates a visual spectacle between perspective and colored volumes. It covers both vertical and horizontal surfaces.

(fos) is a trio of independent architects, interior designers, art directors and graphic designers that comprises of Eleni Karpatsi, Susana Piquer and Julio Calvo.

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all images courtesy of (fos)

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