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‘PERPETUUM’ Kinetic Architecture by Random Studio for A/D/O by MINI

In celebration of the 2020 launch of the new MINI Electric vehicle, we were commissioned by A/D/O to create a work themed around the future of mobility.

Inspired by the backdrop of our fast-paced environment, we focused on how we experience travel, staring at passing landscapes and ever-changing compositions. ‘Perpetuum’ was conceived as a kinetic, revolving landscape that invites people to explore, pause and reflect.

The installation creates a meditative abstraction of a city in perpetual motion. Three rotating rings orbit around a central light sculpture, generating countless overlapping compositions, layering impression over impression.

Drifting through this ‘third’ space, the viewer’s experience changes from moment to moment, enhanced by an ambient patchwork of urban sounds.

For: A/D/O by MINI
Role: Concept Design, Design Development, Creative Technology, Technical development
With: Matthijs Munnik, Vincent de Belleval, Showman Fabricators, Daniel Seung Lee – Photography


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