The Finer Details of Hospitality
Blik was asked to design a dynamic graphic adapted to a very unique wall curvature on the 5th floor of the iconic former FAA headquarters, designed in 1966 by visionary architect César Pelli.
The graphic draws inspiration from Pelli's inovations on curtain-style architecture, exemplified by 15000 Aviations ornate mid-century design.
A Partitioned Design
Wrapping the perimeter of a beautifuly unusual free-standing interior structure on the building's top floor, Blik's design had to adapt to a fluctuating curvature with softly arcing insets and extrusions forming 3 distinct meeting spaces.
As its centerpiece, the unbroken artwork forms an iconographic portrait of Pelli's curtain facade, drawing aesthetic inspiration from the "International Style" of graphic design which was prevalent when the building was constructed.