Monet Masters - Interior + Furniture Designer

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Atlanta, GA, United States
Welcome to my blog! This blog is intended for you to see all of the "Outtakes" that occur during the duration of a project, the awesome DIY items that I enjoy creating, and more! Typically you see the ending results of the beautiful rooms that we Interior Designers create but this blog will not only show you the completed room but also the process. Enjoy, Learn, and be Inspired!

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Exhibit Design: Follow Me,"the effects of the media"

I was given a space in which I had to create an exhibit within. Each person in the class was given a word to focus on, mine was Media. The choice was left up to us when it came to the direction that we took to focus on. In today’s world everything is all about what you’re wearing, what you’re driving, who you know, and how much money you have access to; therefore  specifically wanted to focus on how much power we give the media over our lives. At one point in time we were once creative and confident in our creativity and now we are only confident and satisfied in having the things that the media say we should have, and once we don’t fit that image...well there are many effects to that.
The following link is a video expressing only one effect:

At the end of the day the purpose of this project  is to use the media to help users to reflect on themselves. This may bring negative emotions, positive emotions, and some may not be effected at all but through my design, the experience, and technology a lesson will be learned.

Entrance View

Interior View

Interior View 
 Detail of Custom Design:

Elevation of custom Design

Interior View 

 If you have any questions about this project, please feel free to leave a comment.

Until next time...

1 comment:

  1. Hey, I just wanted to say... you're so creative!! I happened to come across your blog after looking for retail design inspiration, and I'm so glad I did. I especially love the wood pallet ottoman and the coffee table you designed!
    Best of luck with everything at scad.