DE STIJL INSPIRED VERSION OF THE RED BLUE CHAIR
To translate the intangible factor (the essence of an art movement) and make it tangible (a physical product representing the movement). To see how an object looks different when designed considering the aesthetics of the art movement of that time. Here “The Red Blue Chair” from Destijl is modified into Art Nouveau.
The challenge was to take two fundamentally opposite movements and creating a balanced representation of both styles creating an altogether new style.
Art Nouveau is characterized by its use of long, sinuous and organic lines, often inspired by nature especially insects. These paintings are also known for their use of whiplash curves.
A new style free of the imitative historicism that dominated much of 19th-century art and design.
Target Audience: Art collectors
The Red Blue Chair