Whilst working as the Creative Manager at architecture company ‘Carey Jones Chapman Tolcher’ (CJCT) , I got given the freedom to create 3 art-pieces for the office lounge, with the aim to impress prospective clients by showcasing the company’s most important buildings in an abstract and creative way.
Rather than just framing black and white photographs of the schemes the company designed, I decided to create a series of multilayered Paper-Collage illustrations, in an abstract yet slightly 3D aesthetic. Working together with both CJCT’s Director of Interior Design & Director of Architecture, we selected the 3 most important buildings to take/edit photographs of and turn into paper-art pieces:
The most current interior design project, the most current architecture project, and one of the recent award winning schemes.
I designed abstract illustrations based on imagery of each chosen building, which were then turned into mutli-layered paper-craft pieces. Each artwork contains the same set of 7 different shades of grey paper, but due to the collage layering (with some as many as 28 different layers per building) it makes it look like a lot more!
Interior Design, Judd Street:
All rights reserved – Annemarieke Kloosterhof
Architectural Design – Carey Jones Chapman Tolcher
The original Paper-Craft framed artworks can be admired in the London office of CJCT.