This space is where good moments should happen, where we can have languid dinner, where we can talk about the most random topics, or watch a movie horizontally on the sofa.
We had the pleasure of being called by the Style Magazine of The New York Times Singapore to design our dreamed Living Room for their recently launched section called T-Home. In this section, they basically ask creative people to design a specific room in their proverbial dream house — or, essentially, to give us a voyeuristic glimpse into their unbarred notion of what living well means.
The main central area has one sole purpose: It is to be shared. I can invite friends to meet, talk, laugh. It’s the more “public” space of the house that’s made to welcome and connect with other people. Surrounded by capsule rooms. With transparent windows, so as to still have them be part of the same space while offering seclusion when needed. We started from the selection of a color, green is the color of nature and it represents life and serenity, it exudes good vibes.
Lad 2016, Lima (PE) Udem 2016, Monterrey (MEX) Offf 2016, Barcelona (ES) Congreso 4GN 2016, Bogotá (COL) Showcase ITCH 2017, Guatemala (GUA) Brief Festival 2017, Madrid (ES) Offf TLV 2018, Tel Aviv (ISR) Mesura Talks 2019, Barcelona (ES) My Barrio Stories 2019, Barcelona (ES) Offf x Blancfest 2019, Barcelona (ES) VW T-Cross Creativity Fest 2019, Madrid (ES) Domestikart 2019, Barcelona (ES) Medellin Design Week 2019, Medellín (COL) US By Night 2019, Antwerp (BEL) Chic & Basic Hotel 2019, Barcelona (ES) CaixaForum Talks March 2020 Palma de Mallorca, (ES) CxF April 2020 Sevilla, (ES) CxF Talks May 2020 Barcelona, (ES)
iGNANT, Nowness, Instagram, Designboom, Sight Unseen, Frame Magazine, Gestalten, Icon Design Italy, Hypebae, Hypebeast, Wallpaper Magazine, Etapes, Highsnobiety, Fubiz, METAL Magazine, Neo2 Magazine, Victionary, Deezen, VisualPleasure Mag, Arquitectura y Diseño, It’s Nice That, Yellowtrace, Stash, Motionographer, Adobe, Trendland, Vice, Vogue Spain, Hi-Fructuose Magazine, Viewpoint, Collater.all, El Pais, La Nacion, Domus Nova, Booooooom, AD Magazine.
Exhibitions and Mentions
2017 – Projection Installation w/Studio Urquiola x Ferragamo Palazzo Mezzanotte, Milan, Italy 2017 – Exploring Spaces of Tomorrow x Space10 London Design Festival, England 2017 – Video projection collab x Nike w/ Unit9 Centre Pompidou, Paris, France 2019 Holo-Scandinavian Chair, Fuorisalone – Meet My Project, Milan, Italy 2019 AD100 Designer of the year, Architectural Digest Spain. 2021 Plan X Gallery, Lost in Crypto – Milan, Italy 2021 ABV Gallery – Atlanta, US 2021 AD100 Designer of the year – Architectural Digest Germany and Italy. March 2022 DART, Museo Della Permanente – Milan, Italy April 2022 Decentral Art Pavilion, Palazzo Giustinian Lolin. Venice, Italy May 2022 Collectible Design Fair – Brussels, Belgium June 2022 Art Basel – Basel, Switzerland Year 2022 Moco Museum – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Barcelona, Spain. June 2022 The Red Spot, Somewhere Ethereal – Fotograsfika Stockholm June 2022 Curiosity – Christie’s NYC, US
Six N. Five is the studio of Ezequiel Pini’s work, an award-winning Argentinian designer and digital artist based in Barcelona
Over the last decade, Pini has pioneered the use of 3D to create imaginary, dreamlike worlds with his signature clean, modern aesthetic, making Six N. Five one of today’s most recognized digital artists. His work incorporates different mediums to explore imaginary spaces, moving stories and physical collectibles.
His extensive experience working with esteemed brands and artists includes several exhibitions in Art Basel, Moco Museum, Fotografiska Stockholm, Museo della Permanente, and the recent creation of Microsoft Windows 11 and Microsoft Surface wallpapers.
His refined imagination, poetic compositions, avant-garde mind, and elegant skills make Six N. Five stand out for its uniqueness and purity of results.