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Brief Published: 2 Nov 2011

Space-Defying Exhibition


Paris-based architects Odile Decq Benoît Cornette has opened Anisotropy/Anisotropie – an exhibition at SCI-Arc gallery in southern California, which explores the world of spatial perception.

The architects have used triangular shapes to build three inter-connecting spaces featuring mirrored walls at various angles and inclinations. Moving through the exhibition, the combination of elements give each room an infinite feel – keeping visitors in a constant state of disorientation.

For more on unsettling spaces, see our report Beyond the Comfort Zone. Also see the report: Contemporary Restoration for more of the architects’ work.

Odile Decq Benoît Cornette