"Media Room for Showtime House"
Company:Luca Andrisani Architects
Designer(s): Luca Andrisani, United States
Category: Interior Design, Professional
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The Media Room was part of the Metropolitan Home/ Showtime Design House.
The main inspiration is Cable TV and therefore, optical fibers, light and movement. The complex construction of the Media walls almost seems to capture the frozen movement of light.
All the structure was developed using 3D technologies, built in a workshop and then assembled on site.
Ten monitors of different sizes and shapes are located on ceiling mounts and can be rotated 360 degrees. Videos developed by Visual Artist Lee Whittier add another sophisticated element to the overall design.
About the Designer/Company
Luca Andrisani began his education at the famed La Sapienza University in Rome. After graduating with Honors, he completed a Masters Degree in Architecture from The Royal Institute in Sweden.
In Europe, Luca worked for the Pritzker Prize winning team of Herzog and De Meuron in Basel, Switzerland where he worked on projects such as Prada in Tokyo, Japan and Montevarchi, Italy.
In the USA Luca worked for Rafael Vinoly and Peter Marino Architect where he led projects for some of the world’s most exclusive, high-end labels, such as Louis Vuitton, Fendi, and Dior.
Luca has designed, managed, and detailed numerous architecture and interior design projects for retail, commercial and residential clients. He has worked on a vast range of projects ranging in size from a 400 square foot apartment interior in New York City to a 60,000 square foot residence in Italy.
Luca currently holds registrations in New York and Italy and a LEED Green Associate certification.