Inspiration: Geometric Patterns with Electrical Wiring

These are photos of MAYGREEN fashion boutique in Hamburg, Germany. We love the patterns created with the exposed electrical work on the ceiling. This is a great option if you've been looking to add more lighting to a room, but aren't so keen on cutting holes in the ceiling and wiring it up!

All of the interior design for MAYGREEN was created by Berlin-based architects KINZO. “We covered all cables with green nylon mesh and fixed them on the ceiling to resemble the graphic pattern of a circuit board or computer chip”, says Karim El-Ishmawi. “Instead of hiding the cables we used them as an eye-catching design element. This effect is enhanced by the shop’s otherwise muted colour scheme.”

We think this technique could be applied in several patterns and colorways to make it work for different environments.

via: Contemporist

(Images: KINZO)

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