The cubic volume of the café is divided by two walls that frame the public areas. Point Supreme’s intervention was to design installations on these perpendicular walls: a giant eye and mouth that combined appear as a cubist face in the space.
The eye is a powerful element in the space. During the day it appears as a simple painting with the soft earthy tones of a Rousseau landscape. As the day transitions to night and the space shifts from café to bar, the eye transforms into a sensual illumination with vibrant, artificial colors. During the middle of the day the two moods of the eye coexist.
status: completed January 2009