Housed in the entrance of Danish Architecture Center at BLOX in Copenhagen, Denmark is Dreyers Architecture Gallery, putting emphasis on young architecture firms by giving them the opportunity to not only exhibit their current work but also to provide the audience with a glimpse into their perception of the future.
ARNE AKSEL assisted architecture studio POINT in realising their virtual reality installation, titled “Poetic Pragmatic”.
Here, the visitor was given the chance to experience
some of POINT’s projects through a VR headset—
what the visitor saw in the headset was then projected onto enormous drape shaped curtains, providing all other visitors with a 3-dimensional view on the projects at the same time. The seemingly invisible curtain rail hangs from eight wires that are attached to a single hook 12 meters above, allowing for the 3-6 meter high curtains to float effortlessly in the air