A selection of the furniture that went into my grad project, a virtual nightclub named Masquerade.
Adjustable Tabe E 1027 - Eileen Gray, 1927. This table beautifully accompanies the Bibendum chair in the club. They bring a sense of modernity to the 1920's styled room despite coming from the same era. I really enjoyed making them!
Bibendum - Eileen Gray, 1926. I'm a big admirer of Gray, and as such, I found a way to incorporate her vintage, modern furniture into Masquerade's disco themed server via an Art Deco styled room which leads to the mysterious top floor of the club.
The VIP lounge of the disco server in Masquerade. This room is quite Art Deco yet has glowing yellow platforms on the other side of the room which more resemble the disco era.
I put Eileen Gray's furniture on the bright platforms to tie together this 1920's styled room with the disco aesthetic in the rest of the club.
Cone Heart Chair - Verner Panton, 1950's. This striking chair was my first digital furniture replica. I just think it's amazing and completely sets the tone of a chic 1970's nightclub. I can imagine a Bond villain relaxing in it with a cigar and a cat.
ZeStretch Long Hoop Coffee Table - Zespoke, Unknown. This table compliments the Cone Heart Table well in the lobby area of the club. I added a glowing effect to the central ring to bring it up to the disco style of the club.
The lobby seating area all comes together well with the low hanging light and Marilyn on the wall.