Directed by Pete Candeland at Passion Pictures
Though repetitive patterns often remind us of the old-fashioned era, sometimes a pattern can also be the answer to your confusion in taking your design appearance to the next level. Let’s take a look at some examples of nice websites with a repetitive pattern as the background below.
A short film for Foster + Partners, for their Hermitage Plaza scheme in La Defence, Paris. When complete in 2016, the two towers will be the tallest mixed-use towers in Western Europe, at a staggering 323m!
The House in the Garden is a project by Cunningham Architects. The house is located in Dallas, Texas, USA and the project is a real beauty, a intense combination between architecture, nature and landscaping. The place is a modernist elegant house. The project is almost hidden is the garden since it is discreetly set back to the rear of the lot behind a stainless steel mesh and recycled glass privacy wall. Illuminated from within, the glass wall gives no indication of the urban oasis behind it.
Etcetera asked Mischa Rozema to direct the first spot in their new campaign for Dutch energy provider, Essent. The 45 second spot presents Essent’s philiosophy and brand values. Mischa’s solution was to create a highly creative, apparently ‘hand-crafted’ visual spot focusing on paper techniques, which combines live action elements with CG and motion graphics.
The Seabird is a design created for the Mozilla Labs’ Concept Series by a fellow named Billy May. It’s basically a community-driven exploration of how an Open Web phone might look. The design involves an Android-based operating system, “an 8 megapixel camera, dual side pico projectors, wireless charging, and an embedded Bluetooth dongle,”