Cross Mackenzie Gallery is pleased to present two architects whose work has branched off from their traditional architect’s drafting tables (or CAD programs) to bring us fresh designs for our living spaces.
Ben Van Dusen, noted DC architect, has created floor to ceiling pen and ink drawings of his fantastic vision of a utopian built environment. Part M.C. Escher and part Hollywood futuristic set, the drawings take you into deep architectural visual space.
Roy Kesrouani is an LA based architect who has designed gorgeous geometric chairs made from recycled plastic, light-weight, environmentally friendly, based on origami and – surprise – comfortable. They stack or “spoon” to make more open floor space.
These innovative architects are re-thinking our environment with ingenuity, elegance and humor.