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The white room

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Inside Home and Design show
Fotografer
Leon Frainey,

Inside Home and Design Show, Design Brief:

  Music lovers visiting this year’s Courier-Mail Home & Design Show will see some amazing creations by 10 of Brisbane’s leading Architectural firms.

Their Brief was a multileveled task to develop an engaging, spatial space for eyes and for a part of our body that is frequently underrated in deign - our ears.

 The rooms are not necessarily to be for a home. It could be any room- such as office, outdoors or bathroom.

 DIA- Design Excellence Award 2006

 ”Design excellence in Queensland”

Presents design work by finalists in the 2006 Queensland Design Awards presented by The Design Institute of Australia (Queensland Branch) and Resene

 The Design Institute of Australia (Queensland Branch) is committed to raise warmness of design in the community. It aims to establish Queensland as a center of innovation and creativity, and to promote the leaders and contributors of design excellence in Queensland. The awards program celebrates Design in Queensland and recognizes the skill and contributions of Queensland design professionals.

The Exhibition is presented in association with the Queensland art Gallery.

 DIA- Design Excellence Award 2006

 QUT Interior Design Students

 The White Room

Designers: Katie O’Brian, Anette Hamre, Michelle Porter, Carly Coghill & Km Burnes, QUT Built Environment & engineering, Interior Design

Client: Inside Home and Design show

 Category: Emerging student designer- Three Dimensional Design

 Design Statement:

 A deaf girl, her eyes are only 16. “post-it” notes are her lifeline, they help strangers become friends, and she sits on the grass field at lunch, finding four - leaf clovers. She loves going to music festivals, the crowded moshpit, supported by a thousand hands, feeling the bass. Everyone carries their music in their mp3-players or iPods’, listening with their ears. She carries her in her chest and feels it through her heartbeat.

Music to her is not sound, but vibration.

 Above is a part of the narrative that was created for the “client”, a deaf girl who became the essence of this project. The text relates directly to design elements created in the room, such as the grass field represented by the shagpile rug, vibration as experienced through a subwoofer heartbeat and hands represented through latex gloves, upon completion the room could be experienced on a pure aesthetic level.

 Award of merit

 Category: Emerging student designer- Three Dimensional Design

 Judges comments: this conceptual space is a response to the needs of a hearing impaired music lover. It blurs the boundaries between sculpture and environment by emphasizing our sensual connections to form and material. The result is an innovative and refreshing exploration of the phenomenon of colour, and a humours and sensitive interpretation of the brief.

 

QUT Interior Design Students

 The White Room

Designers: Katie O’Brian, Anette Hamre, Michelle Porter, Carly Coghill & Km Burnes, QUT Built Environment & engineering, Interior Design

Client: Inside Home and Design show

 Category: Interior Design-Emerging student Designer

 Design Statement:

 A deaf girl, her eyes are only 16. “post-it” notes are her lifeline, they help strangers become friends, and she sits on the grass field at lunch, finding four - leaf clovers. She loves going to music festivals, the crowded moshpit, supported by a thousand hands, feeling the bass. Everyone carries their music in their mp3-players or iPods’, listening with their ears. She carries her in her chest and feels it through her heartbeat.

Music to her is not sound, but vibration.

Above is a part of the narrative that was created for the “client”, a deaf girl who became the essence of this project. The text relates directly to design elements created in the room, such as the grass field represented by the shagpile rug, vibration as experienced through a subwoofer heartbeat and hands represented through latex gloves, upon completion the room could be experienced on a pure aesthetic level.

 Award of merit

 Category: Interior Design-Emerging student Designer

Judges comments: This conceptual space is a response to the need of a hearing impaired music lover, it blurres the boundaries between sculpture and environment, by emphasising our sensual connection to form and material. The result is an innovative and refreshing exploration of the phenomenon of colour, and a humours and sensitive interoperation of the brief


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