Frankfurt Book Fair
The project proposes to define a spatial construction that refers us to a triangulated and visually complex structure, and that not only allows a fluid, diverse and dynamic use of space, but also incorporates this fluidity as an identity and material component. Thus, the proposal establishes an autonomous triangulated grid suspended in the room, which will establish the spatial system that structures the uses; the combination of orthogonal grids at different inclinations builds the triangular condition and the perception of a complex space, based on a basic Cartesian geometry.
The construction of the structural and identity element of the proposal is made of fabric; a translucent, fragile, and vaporous fabric that allows transparency between spaces, and that materializes in a Cartesian geometric form defined by its solid seams. The superimposition of three strips of fabric, with orthogonal but non-coincidental geometries, blurs the initial definition of delimited spaces to consolidate the perception of a continuous intervention, where diversity and fluidity are the protagonists.
The proposal establishes chromatic fields for each of the uses proposed in the program, which in turn correspond to the defined spaces. Beyond imagining a possible symphony of colors, it is proposed that the projections can play an organizing role in the activities and flows of the visitors. So, we imagine that through color (and projection) the accent can be placed on one or another space according to the program - if an event takes place in one or several spaces, activating the color in these spaces while neutralizing the others with a very faint color.
Leticia Castañeda, Javi Morera, Mar Ruiz
Hamill Industries and Bildi Grafiks