Have you ever wanted a room with a view when one isn't possible? These beautiful moody images printed onto layers of lightweight curtain fabric & then overlaid look more like artwork than meeting a practical need. I like the idea of the view being more real than virtual at night & changing your perception of the space.
'Curtains for private apartment, which has been designed by Ooze Architects. For an apartment at the seaside of Knokke, Belgium, we were asked to design curtains for the living and bedrooms. The living room has a view on the sea, and for this we created 3 layers of 'voile' curtains, working as a 3D panorama, with on every layer different boats in depth, drawn by Eric Klarenbeek. The backside view of he apartment is poor due to the facing housing block. Therefore we created two layers of curtains. One thick light absorbing curtain, with the dutch dunes, and one layer of a thin voile, with plants and animals. All photographed by Eric Klarenbeek, on the island Texel in the Netherlands. Especially at night it's difficult to distinguish whether its real or virtual, giving you a feeling of being able to step out of your door, right in the fields.'