Do you remember Peter Judson’s bold geometric constructions from earlier on this year? He had us bowled over with his vibrant, brick-like compositions, and as his website proves he has plenty more strings to his bow. Focusing principally on Memphis-influenced design and architectural illustration, he takes familiar shapes and transforms them into something so simple that it goes full circle and becomes incredibly complex again.
Garage Conversion is a perfect example. Hinges, shelving and coat-hooks are all re-conceived like something from a theme park funhouse, in pastel shades and squiggly lines and fantastical combinations. Dream bedroom? Uh, yeah. Keep it coming Peter!
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