Public Art Design, Fabrication, Construction Management

For a city wide event that brought the entire city outdoors on bicycles, boards and roller skates, NONDESIGNS created a series of 50 sculptural planters that dotted a path along a 3/4 mile stretch of Acacia Blvd.  At the event, visitors could adopt a planter, water it, and then take it home after the installation was complete.


Interactive Design, Art Installation, Engineering, Fabrication, Installation

This modular wall system reflects the activity of visitors with light and texture. With every sound produced by its audience, the WALL OF SOUND responds by opening its surface, allowing light to spill out across the textural surface. The system is expandable to any wall size and its sensitivity is adjustable to react to the volume level within its environment.


Public Art, Fabrication, Installation

Hollywood’s film industry transports people to other settings through the framed view of the screen. Apertures of Nature is about framing details. Precise views of foliage, branches, shadows and bark are captured in pockets of seamless white space. This piece focuses on the celebration of simple beauties that may often go unnoticed. Installed in Plummer Park, West Hollywood for a period of four months.




Design, Experiential Marketing, Fabrication, On-site Supervision

As a visual representation of the campaign message, Lexus commissioned NONdesigns to create a sculptural representation of the CT 200h that will be displayed at events around the country. NON created a pixilated interpretation of the compact premium hybrid that treats viewers to the two personalities of the vehicle. When viewers walk around the installation, they experience a change in color from luxurious gold hues to organic tints of green and blue — representing the two seemingly contradictory perspectives of Lexus’ fifth hybrid.


Interactive Design, Engineering, Fabrication, Installation

Our team’s challenge was to create a site-specific architectural scale installation that would engage the public and create a fun, social atmosphere for the community at M&A. Bubbles was not only a spectacle that stopped traffic, but excited visitors by allowing them to influence the physical space around them. The installation consists of large interactive bubbles that inflate and deflate in reaction to the changing occupancy of their surrounding space. The space starts out packed with bubbles and transforms to just a canopy as the space fills with visitors. In collaboration with Foxlin (Michael Fox and Juintow Lin) and Brand Name Label (Gabriel Renz). American Institute of Architects Honor Award.