Inside Outside was founded in 1991 by Petra Blaisse. From 1987 onwards she had been designing installations for architectural work that challenged the viewer and the space. Her shift to the use of textiles, light and finishes in interior space and to a broader understanding of gardens and landscapes culminated in the founding of the studio which today works between textile, landscape, and exhibition design through a combination of multiple disciplines. Far from being merely interior design in its most limited application, the work of Inside Outside bridges between the space of the architect and industrial designer while also delving into master plans like the West Kowloon Cultural District in Hong Kong with OMA.
- 00:28What is design?
- 02:11Thoughts on Dutch Culture
- 09:18Approaching a Project
- 14:21The Seattle Public Library
- 19:19The Villa Manin Project
- 24:18Transformation of Materials
- 27:24Landscaping Studio
- 42:30Importance of Movement
- 43:48Inspiration in the Studio
- 51:02"Softness" and Architecture
- 53:36Thoughts on Interior Design
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