Pulsate: Architects Design a Dizzying Tile Showroom in London

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Monday, March 25, 2013
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(Courtesy Capitol Designer Studio)

(Courtesy Capitol Designer Studio)

The Capitol Designer Studio in London’s Primrose Hill was recently outfitted with an electrified-looking array of porcelain tiles by architects Lily Jencks and Nathanael Dorent. The installation, called Pulsate, draws from images of Op Art and Gestalt psychology creating an almost dizzying effect, zigzagging from dark gray tiles to light gray tiles and back again. The result is a space where perspective is distorted and where benches are lost along walls.

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