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    Close up of the Cog curtains for Officine Panerai

    Close up of the Cog curtains for Officine Panerai

     

    Commissioned by Officine Panerai Moritz Waldemeyer has created dynamic light pieces for a recent event in Hong Kong.

    Referencing the most important and recognised hardware of a watch, the cog, Studio Waldemeyer have reimagined it into a series of centre pieces and feature curtains for the event.

    Each table at the event was adorned by a spherical centre piece. The spheres are compiled of multiple laser cut cogs, fitted together in sequence to create the globe like shape.

    A feature curtain was also produced for the entrance to the event. Cogs coated in iridescent film in varied sizes hang in two rows with a slight curvature. The varied sizes create a dramatic effect with the outer edges of the curtain holding smaller pieces with generous spacing and graduating to oversized pieces gathered in close proximity to each other.

    Iridescent cogs

    Iridescent cogs

    Close up of centre pieces

    Close up of centre pieces

    centre pieces by Moritz Waldemeyer for Officine Panerai

    centre pieces by Moritz Waldemeyer for Officine Panerai

    Centre Pieces on the table and the lighted floor strips

    Centre Pieces on the table and the lighted floor strips

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