Miramey proudly presents Lulu Family High Chair project with classic NYC yellow cab cover.
Dr. D. professor of professional practice in visual communication and design, together with his team created exceptional high chair to celebrated the designs of the architect Frank Lloyd Wright, the creator who shaped the unique New York space for presenting the works of contemporary artists. He played a key role in creating urban architecture, inspiring artists from around the world. Wright drew up over 1,000 projects, guided mainly by the idea of harmony between the human community and the environment. In the final period, creating an architectural icon with a unique centric design, which became the design of the Solomon Guggenheim Museum in New York.
Considering the purpose, the vehicle was reduced to the appearance of a convertible to seat the little ones in the middle of the overlay. The streamlined shapes of the vehicle were inscribed in a simplified cuboid for technological reasons and to facilitate the assembly of the model with the greatest possible preservation of the roundness of the body in the graphics. An additional element was proposed in the form of a multimedia steering wheel for children aged 3+ and a simplified one for smaller children color-matched to the taxi overlay design. Presented model was shown at former Midtown West Garage converted in 2018 in 44 stories above Manhattans waterfront luxury apartment building. Just at the front of a full-court basketball gymnasium located at SC level.
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