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capsule : phase 1

  new york, las vegas & paris

Exhibition Planning, Fixture and Signage Design for the BPMW Capsule Fashion Trade Shows : A highly flexible, simple to use, graphically iconic fixture package was designed for use by individual exhibitors for the BPMW Capsule Shows, acclaimed for being cutting edge and democratically edited. Exhibitors are each given a box which splits apart into several smaller units, and given additive shelving inserts, all of which can be organized in a myriad of ways, for a myriad of products. The collection of units can act as small table, large table, floor table or wall display, shelving, hanging rack, storage, screen, etc. The CNC routed angled splits and crosses in the AC Doug Fir plywood and milk plexi celebrates pragmatism as graphic identity. Other experiential elements such as Signage and Registration vignettes act also as simple but transformative iconography; a field of balloons floating overhead and distorted wood box portals which registrants pass through, covered with cnc routed graphics with a substrate of multi-colored dichroic plexi and LED lighting.

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dietl art handling offices

  chelsea, ny

Ten to One has designed and managed construction for numerous locations and phases of work for Dietl International, the most recent being a phase 3 expansion of the original Chelsea offices to encompass 7,000 s.f. of office space built from simple materials, translucent walls, exposed framework, and custom furniture.

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(under) cast iron storefronts

  brooklyn, ny

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ten to one office

  brooklyn, ny

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80 de kalb

  brooklyn, ny by Della Valle Bernheimer

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domaine LA

  los angeles, ca by Della Valle Bernheimer

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  installation fabrication at Comme des Garcons, SoHo NY for Peter Eisenman and Silvia Kolbowski with Hudson Studio, 1995

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