Every great design begins with an unorthodox approach
Complemented by beautiful album covers and a warm sound, vinyl is a classic medium that has made a remarkable resurgence. Collecting albums can be the same as collecting any artwork. Still, most keep their favorites stored in frames or boxes that either render the album unable to be used or not adequately protected. So what are the options for conserving and displaying your favorite records while still being able to use them willingly? A frame that shields and complements its contents but also allows access to the album at a moment’s notice. Apollo is light, sleek, and quick to release the record from its home, taking cues from aircraft design and materials.
Being one of the more iconic design movements, Mid-Century Modern is frequently referenced in a magnitude of works. This style focuses on a minimalist approach to product design, architecture, and urban development. The honest use of materials and sophisticated design language makes it the perfect candidate for this case-study.
This collection's inspiration derives from an increased desire to salvage industrial products and transform them into attractive designs. By combining traditionally rough materials with the elegance of midcentury design, we're able to demonstrate that something extraordinary can be born from even the most worn materials.
Creating marketing materials or just trying to visualize how a product fits in with its surroundings? An interior scene may be able to help. We can create custom interior spaces that can be made to spec to compliment product renders or fill an existing room's dimensions for architectural/interior design purposes. Without context, details may be lost, but generating an entire space allows you to see how objects play on each other in three-dimensions. See what works and where adjustments need to be made before spending more than you need to.