NON RAIN DESKPURCHASE FROM THE NON ONLINE SHOP
The RAIN desk accepts all the stuff that collects on work surfaces. Holes receive utensils like pencils and scissors while slots along the back edge hold books, magazines and notes. Depressions in the front collect smaller objects like paper clips and USB drives. The top is made of sculpted and seamlessly glued Corian and the legs are solid hard maple.
TMNT LAIRExhibit Design, Retail Design, Experiential Marketing The convention hall disappears as one passes through the broken sewer tube into the stylized dank sewer lair from Nick's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles brand. The sound of water dripping echoes through the space while sirens and footsteps reverberate from the street level. Layers of sewer grating creates the street level and Manhattan looms overhead mapped onto giant prints. A multitude of interactive areas such as sewer tubes, periscopes, pinball machines and surveilance monitors reveal trailers and sneak-peak footage of the new TMNT. Visitors exit through a sewer tube with display portals flowing into the Nick Shop.
GOOD LAUNCHDesign, Event Design, Fabrication, Installation For the launch of the first issue of GOOD Magazine, NON was asked to transform the historical St. Vibiana's Cathedral into an atmosphere that would reflect the company's eco-friendly philosophy. Our approach was to abstract the concept of "landscape" and creating functional elements that would provide lounging areas, lighting and intimate mingling spaces. The design included custom TOPO seating platforms, bars and a lit fabric "cloud" hovering above the seating areas.
NON TOPO TABLEPURCHASE FROM THE NON ONLINE SHOP
We got tired of perfectly flat tables so we made TOPO, a series of Corian tables with built in, reconfigurable landscapes. Molded plastic inserts drop into the table to create functional topographies that make a home for plants, paper-clips and oranges.
THQ E3 EXHIBITExhibit Design, Graphic Design, Fabrication, Project Management, On-site Supervision
7,500 square foot exhibit space for THQ
Private demonstrations are held in theaters built of glowing translucent walls on the inside and a lit pixel motif wrapping the outer surface. Low, angled kiosks host many of the games, while the "Darksiders" is housed in capsules that one can sit inside of and play. The scrim signage doubles as an enclosure, accommodating a private meeting room, staff rest area and VIP lounge.
RIOTStage Design, Event Design, Fabrication For the live broadcast tournament finals of Riot's League of Legends, NON designed the stage set, which was watched by an audience of 1000 live and millions online. Seven projection screens and video mapped kiosks showed all aspects of game play while signage towers, merchandise areas and a LAN gaming area surrounded the audience.
NON WET LAMPThe WET LAMP is an elegant and playful series of hand blown glass lamps, each with an alluring water-submerged light bulb at its center. Putting an exposed light bulb in water certainly raises some eyebrows, but it also creates an intriguingly simple dimmer switch. When a thin silver rod is slid into The water, The WET LAMP turns on and becomes progressively brighter as The rod is submerged. The silver rod slides smoothly through a silicone gasket, carrying current into the water and creating an infatuating user interaction. Despite its precarious concept, The WET LAMP is a completely safe and isolated system of low voltage power and easily replaceable bulbs.
PACKITExhibit Design, Graphic Design, Fabrication For PACKiT's new line of freezable personal coolers, they wanted to create a colorful kitchen atmosphere to demo and display the product. Like a cutaway set, it would combine both functional and faux fixtures, branded lifestyle imagery and illustrated iconic kitchen elements. With minimal size, weight and assembly, it housed lit cabinets to showcase products, a central demo island, refrigerator and chest freezer hidden within the base cabinets.