Logomo Cafe by Tobias Rehberger

In Interior Design on August 31, 2011 by Yossawat Tagged: , , ,


Really thoughtful optical illusions and puzzles will have you gazing for hours, their twists and turns making your head ache when you really start to think about how much thought and planning went into them.  Wrapping your brain around the Tobias Rehberger installation at the Logomo Café in Turku, Finland could take some time, thankfully that seems to be the point.


The German artist is known for his room-sized installations, and with them, shaking things up a bit.  With over 15 years experience, in a variety of mediums, the established sculptor transformed the interior of a café in a mind-boggling display.  In this second collaboration with Artek, the installation follows a simple palette, including stripes has the main focus.  These lines connect furniture to space and windows to walls, with accents in neon orange.


Rehberger started his career in the early nineties and attracted international acclaim for his various forms of artistic outputs: sculptures, industrial objects and handcrafted articles.  His past exhibitions have taken place at the Moderna Muset -Stockholm, MoMA – San Francisco, The Palais de Tokyo – Paris, The Whitechapel Gallery – London.

Via…Artek, Design Fitt


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