This week the featured image on our facebook group has been presented by Panoptikon. The author of the project tells us his impressions and how developed this beautiful work. We have been ‘going steady’ with Studio Seilern for a few years now, and are always excited to assist them in spite of the crazy pressure they put on us in terms of amount of work and short timeframes. Panoptikon is a visualization studio established by Tudor Vasiliu in 2013 after Tudor’s previous 7 year experience as co-founder of a similar venture. The studio currently boasts a small team of architects focused on creating emotional depictions of nonexistent architecture. With an international portfolio of demanding clients, we constantly challenge ourselves to improve the quality of our work with each new project. The ‘Christopher Lee’ theatre of Wellington College will be redesigned and extended by London based Studio Seilern Architects to become the Performing Arts Centre, a ‘cultural living room’ for the College, as the architects put it. The context of this project was a great inspiration to us, and helped enhance the simple and strong features of the design. The thick English fog played an important part in all images, soothing and colouring the ambiance to achieve this somewhat dreamy look. More about the design can be read on the architect’s ISSUU: http://issuu.com/studioseilern/docs/140908_ssa_sector_brochure The work of your studio can be viewed here: www.thepanoptikon.com www.facebook.com/panoptikon.co We can be reached at email@example.com, or by phone at +40 722 299 661 Tudor also displays part of his work Behance: http://www.behance.net/tudorvasiliu
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