Those of you that know me, will be aware that I have been trawling through my boxes of old photos and scanning pics, too post on Facebook…. often to my sisters dismay !
It was on this nostalgic journey that I found these images from the ARTOMATIC space I designed and managed, many moons ago in the late 90’s. Looking back at some of my interior decisions, it seems funny to think that many things which are in some respects design cliches now, where seen as radical (and to some inappropriate) back then. Exposed galvanized tubes for lighting tracks, cow shed lamps, museum plinth displays, raw MDF and untreated cardboard packaging/stationary, rubberized floors and table tops, and lets not forget common street paving slabs for the reception floor…….
The french postal sorting units, have since made there way to liberties, and who knows what happened to my Donald Judd inspired paper sample shelves !
A true first, which I am still very proud of to this day, all pictures are modeled by the lovely Tabitha……