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ID Studio for Scott Johnson

Posted in interior design with tags , , on August 14, 2007 by Ilan Dei Studio

Architect Scott Johnson has published and written about these outdoor pavilions in his recent book The Big Idea: Criticality and Practice in Contemporary Architecture (Balcony Press, 2006).

Here Johnson describes the project and his collaboration with Ilan Dei:

“I began to work with Ilan Dei…and we decided to fabricate some cubicle frames constructed of aluminum extruded sections and Plexiglas panels. The base of each frame, or pavilion, would be slightly elevated, floating above the concrete deck and paved in stone or rough timbers…The frames were intended to reconstitute the space, channel the view through the long axis of the terrace, and provide a sense of the subtle presence of nature through the most suggestive means. Each construction explored a systematic production of randomness, based upon variations within a grid. To my mind, these frames, like a Judd piece or a Cornell box, or nature for that matter, could suggest infinite variety.”


Frankel Residence

Posted in interior design on December 11, 2006 by Ilan Dei Studio

Ilan Dei’s most recent residential interior work was for Malibu resident Kevin Frankel. The sporty bachelor pad combines hard-lined modernity with the organic and colorful to create a contemporary space that is sophisticated and luxurious — in a California casual way.

Dei Re-HYDRAtes Hydra

Posted in interior design with tags on December 10, 2006 by Ilan Dei Studio

Hydra Media is one of the internet’s most innovative advertising networks. The cutting edge company wanted the interior of their Beverly Hills office to be as progressive as they are so they commissioned Ilan Dei to design and fabricate custom work stations for over one hundred employees. Three months after they called him, the job was designed, fabricated, and delivered.

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