The New York based architectural office Bluarch was founded by Antonio di Oronzo in 2004 and has created many projects focused on innovation and excellent technological solutions since then. Recently, they completed a ceiling installation for the restaurant Innuendo in Port Washington. The installation draws from a combination of fractal geometry combined with topology. Resulting three dimensional ceiling montage resembles clouds made of smaller particles flowing fluidly around the space.
An integrated LED lighting amplifies the visual experience and sets the atmosphere of the whole room by its variable colour tone. The walls are clad in cherry veneer. A stripe of mirror in the wooden wall serves as an interesting element integrating the spatial perception.