“Contact” or “contact” is a term used to describe all sorts of things that are visually attractive and can be easily distinguished from plain objects which are mainly decorative. However, something can also be very useful and it most often remains invisible. This is the case of the “contact” panels which were used to decorate a series of booths. They were designed by Andrew Seges.
The booth that now houses the Paris office of the company Youn Beh n France has been newly designed using raw materials. It has a capsule-like, cone-shaped footprint. Any alteration to the existing structure was necessary in order to comply with the requirements for an energy-efficient home. The new design covers an area of 10,000 square meters and has two levels.
The contact paper components were handmade using contacts envelopes from contact paper laminated onto a high-gloss surface. As for the colors, the booth features a warm color palette, earthy tones that contrast with the metallic gray backdrop and the metallic accents.
The booth is situated on the ground floor of a building and it manages to still offer panoramic views of the surrounding area. It’s an element that warms the atmosphere and makes it inviting.