This is from one of my new series, The Eden Archives. Eden Archives is the place where all the history of this planet is stored and archived in high-tech devices. This section of it is where ancient artifacts was stored and shown.
Wow ! the arrengement between white and desert (the background) is very great. I like also the bright edges on your coffee table. The Eden Archives make me feel like this planet is very developped in high tech like you said, but I think you miss somethings colorous for the room, like plants, statues or paintings. If I should visit the Eden archives, I expected also to see a tropical environnement with a thought that it's fresh and smooth. So, to reform my critique, your art is very arranged with the theme, but it makes me feel like too much white and maybe add more lights source.
I don't know where to start, as far as the people go it looks like they are more imersed in monotony than actual work. This gives the natural feel of a realistic environment that would make a serious Sci-Fi. The almost transL.E.D. lining is a bit more overpowering and obvious than the last picture making it seemed forced. I love the perspective of a distant and yet to be reveiled possibly alien sun as evident by the warm glow of light that comes in whever it can, although as strong as it is it seems to not bother anybody. The natural, real mood of this picture is improved several fold from the last one. As beautiful as the light is the overal focus of the picture is not only misplaced but asymetrical. I will end by saying there should be more layers of shelves, as much as the shelves blend in, there should be more background layers that seem to blend in, overall nicely done in so many ways.
I actually like the way the room not only seems to be livable, whilst it is a museum of sorts it seems to have the feel of a place more like a home, welcoming you to stop awhile and just hang out. But I also like the contrast of the livable and welcoming interior with the desert exterior it seems to emphasis a feeling of safe haven. Hell what I wouldn't give for a lounge room like this, and the lass in the white top
Thanks very much indeed. If Zaha Hadid and ZHA continues to create such an architecture, I think it will be a major trend in the next few decades, and you won't have to be limited to my mind, infact that style will become a reality (It already started to become reality in the late 2000's).