Signage and public furniture
In Lisbon’s iconographic post-modernist building from the 80’s, the shopping mall’s interior signage and public furniture design project got inspired by the architectural colorful masterpiece.
Teasing the architect’s work, instead of following the building style, the design concept went for a simpler, still colorful and not so obvious geometries.
There are single-colored hallow cubes for the signage and not so orthogonal solid masses of material as furniture. It is a provocative simplicity, an opposite contrast in such an intense architectural environment.
Credits: Jason Morenikeji and Nuno Pinho