Addressing shifting boundaries between the individual and the city, this temporary guest room is a contemplative art piece that challenges notions of self, city and expression.
Located in London’s South Bank, Anamorph is both statement, study and space. The temporary hotel room brief looked to question notions of geographical identity and offer guests a sense of community rooted in a new perspective on the city and an opportunity for personal expression.
The form of the room was influenced by a distorted projection technique called Anamorphosis. The outer skin of the building is a conical mirror that transforms its surroundings into a fully formed, three dimensional space. Using a surrounding field of interactive LED lighting, the room becomes a canvas for images, text, artwork, anything the visitor creates. Anamorph invites guests to visually create a unique world and a connection with the city itself.
- Anamorph Pavilion
- Living Architecture
- Alan Dempsey