starburst creative

Interior Designer, Kerri Peyton approached us to help her design a ceiling installation that would add character to Starburst Creative's new downtown Edmonton office.

We wanted to create a modular installation that could be assembled on site. Using a laser cutter we created connectors that allowed us to assemble these small starbursts to react to the architecture of the office.

The connectors were charred to produce a black charcoal finish, an ancient japanese process called Shou Sugi Ban, to contrast the modern technology that was used to produce them.

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