No Sheet is a design studio working across disciplines on projects that attempt to make the world a little better place.
We have built houses and a museum, collaborated on world's first digital city, hand-crafted websites, art installations and video games.
Honestly. No Sheet.
Spin Up, a video game for iPad, is a playful satire on our wasteful consumerist habits and a tragic outcome they can lead us to.
The game contrasts playful interaction to virtual claustrophobia of a protagonist who strive to come out of a flat crumbling world that we hold in our hands.
Spin Up has gained wide critical acclaim for creating a unique experience through its blend of original gameplay, graphics, music and dark humor.
Art installation in La Fe Hospital in Valencia
creates extraordinary experience to improve psychological well-being of patients.
This work has become a catalyst for socialization and starting point of jolly conversations, repressing sense of loneliness, worries and uncertainty that usually mark visits to hospital.
Project Collaboration with
Arch. Josean Vilar -->
Royal Philips Electronics, and
Catedra Philips Imagen Biomedica at UCV
Stretch Of Imagination is a virtual toy that gives opportunity
to change the cityscape in a tactile, almost handcrafting way. This creative participation is transformative because establishes emotional and possessive connection between the viewer and the piece, and more importantly, with the real city that the installation represents.
There is a very special bond that is created between the artist and his/her work, and this piece empowers visitors to take a creative action in a virtual environment, to feel active, worthy and entitled to take real actions in the real city.
Building Museum Macura was a horror story
with a happy ending...
.. as we were only involved with preliminary design,
but not in project documentation and construction.
Our minimalist and rather practical ultra-low budget design ...
... was altered according to what was easiest thing to do
for local contractors.
This destroyed carefully planned sequence of interior spaces,
and resulted in awful detailing.
However, the raw and unpretentious character of the original design was preserved and served as a framework...
filled in with exhibits arranged by the client in an extremely casual way, which makes space feels like home...
...which should come as no surprise as he actually lives there a good part of the year!
Resulting informality and freedom is crucial when
experiencing the avantgarde art on display.
The client envisioned the museum as a casual place for gathering, which created unique and un-designed new character and gave life to architecture.
This project taught us the value of participatory design
over formal dogma of architectural aesthetics:
Design to embrace unexpected, and your work will gain life
on its own and start to matter to people.
Museum Macura, first museum building built in Serbia since 1964 is a result of unconventional collaboration between architects and client (art collector), where architecture ceased to be only an object and became a catalyst of social interaction.
Frame Magazine selected it as one of 5 projects in the world that change the paradigm of museum architecture, concluding the 4-page review with:
"The Macura Museum effectively deprofessionalizes architecture in much the same way that it deprofessionalizes museum collection itself. The result is an antidote to the often sterile and commercial art-gallery environment."
Issue 72, Pages 123-126
Collaboration with arch. Ivan Kucina and Vladimir Macura.
Casa Mancic is a unique family house that is constructed as a mix-tech: a hybrid of advanced digital design tools and locally available traditional knowledge of construction, materials and energy preservation.
It a is a complex mixture of seemingly contradictory influences, a dialog between the traditional and contemporary, spiritual and physical, irrational and rational, eastern and western cultures.
Collaboration with arch. Ivan Kucina
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Years before people have taken the streets globally, this project anticipated and addressed the increasing need for personal expression spoken loudly, in the overwhelming sea of information overload.
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