Printed façade in a School in the Netherlands
Educational Park Ezinge
The glass artwork called “The Beacon of Ezinge”, designed by Driessen + Van Deijne is right in the heart of the Educational Park Ezing, designed by Atelier Pro Architects. This part of the building is meant to hold the teaching of fine arts, design, music and theatre. Creativity and imagination play a key role in the vision on education within the school community of Ezinge.
The designers combined graphical concepts, all related to visual perception. Rorschach spots, the ink pattern that sometimes is used to analyze the psyche and which call for the visual interpretation capacity, were, together with the mechanical Spirograph patterns formed the basis of the image. Finally, they were photographed through a kaleidoscope filter to get abstract crystalline forms. To realize the strongly reflecting effects Driessen + Van Deijne sought partnership with the company Si-X, a specialist in special glass solutions.
Driessen + Van Deijne
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Jean Paul Mioulet