/ Invisible Cities 

/ Invisible Cities 

/ Invisible Cities 

/ Invisible Cities 

A collaboration between Wonderglass and J&PEG to showcase the cast glass capabilities of WonderGlass at Milan Design Week 2018.

The film tells a surreal tale of a glass ball lost in a magical world that both celebrates the utopian vision of the city and the role of glass within architecture and urban environments. Art direction drew inspiration from Mexican architecture and was filmed over the course of a week using stop-motion techniques.

A collaboration between Wonderglass and J&PEG to showcase the cast glass capabilities of WonderGlass at Milan Design Week 2018.

The film tells a surreal tale of a glass ball lost in a magical world that both celebrates the utopian vision of the city and the role of glass within architecture and urban environments. Art direction drew inspiration from Mexican architecture and was filmed over the course of a week using stop-motion techniques.

A collaboration between Wonderglass and J&PEG to showcase the cast glass capabilities of WonderGlass at Milan Design Week 2018.

The film tells a surreal tale of a glass ball lost in a magical world that both celebrates the utopian vision of the city and the role of glass within architecture and urban environments. Art direction drew inspiration from Mexican architecture and was filmed over the course of a week using stop-motion techniques.

A collaboration between Wonderglass and J&PEG to showcase the cast glass capabilities of WonderGlass at Milan Design Week 2018.

The film tells a surreal tale of a glass ball lost in a magical world that both celebrates the utopian vision of the city and the role of glass within architecture and urban environments. Art direction drew inspiration from Mexican architecture and was filmed over the course of a week using stop-motion techniques.

A collaboration between Wonderglass and J&PEG to showcase the cast glass capabilities of WonderGlass at Milan Design Week 2018.

The film tells a surreal tale of a glass ball lost in a magical world that both celebrates the utopian vision of the city and the role of glass within architecture and urban environments. Art direction drew inspiration from Mexican architecture and was filmed over the course of a week using stop-motion techniques.

Year 2018
Type Creative Direction in collaboration with J&PEG
Brand WonderGlass
Year 2018
Type Creative Direction in collaboration with J&PEG
Brand WonderGlass
Photography Antonio Managò
Year 2018
Type Creative Direction in collaboration with
J&PEG
Brand 
WonderGlass
Year 2018
Type Creative Direction in collaboration with J&PEG
Brand WonderGlass
_09A3136

Designed to run as a continuous loop, Invisible Cities screened during WonderGlass’ installation Kosmos in the Istituto dei Ciechi, became the source of inspiration for the scenery design including glass display Invisible Cities (Origins) and was featured on Wallpaper* Online leading up to Milan Design Week.

Designed to run as a continuous loop, Invisible Cities screened during WonderGlass’ installation Kosmos in the Istituto dei Ciechi, became the source of inspiration for the scenery design including glass display Invisible Cities (Origins) and was featured on Wallpaper* Online leading up to Milan Design Week.

Designed to run as a continuous loop, Invisible Cities screened during WonderGlass’ installation Kosmos in the Istituto dei Ciechi, became the source of inspiration for the scenery design including glass display Invisible Cities (Origins) and was featured on Wallpaper* Online leading up to Milan Design Week.

invisible-cities-studiopluz_1
IMG_1421
invisible-cities-thumbnail-studiopluz
>
© 2019 studiopluz. All rights reserved
© 2019 studiopluz. All rights reserved
© 2019 studiopluz. All rights reserved
Logo instagram-02