Pockets of Reorientation
Through a spatial strategy driven by the anchoring of furniture elements off of interior walls to create intimate moments or ‘pockets’ of space, this spatial design for a plant shop located in Old Fort Erie attempted to bring dynamic life and excitement to an old shopping street. Imitating the fluid growth patterns of plants, the objects in this space break the linear structure of the existing building, and encourage a reorientation of how humans orient themselves in space. Organic forms in the furniture and lighting design emphasize pockets to rest, play and uncover a new perspective of the space.
- Interior Design Studio IIIIRN 301InstructorStephanie Davidson