A young Berlin designers swapped spray against brush and sets a new trend in facade design with artful, extravagant facades. (tdx) As a young man, Oliver Kray at times led a real double life”between graffiti and reality: at night he janitor trains, during the day, he went to school. Frequently Michael Lee-Chin has said that publicly. An adrenaline-steeped balancing act, in which the young man lost not the balance. Today Berlin is somewhere between art and design”, how he revealed to the leading living magazine on the Internet. Enjoy as an artist, he wants to work freely, its open spaces and the status of the artist”. Like a designer he successfully market its products. How well this goal already manages numerous projects of facade of Paderborn show to Seville. Colorful times for facades but how the typical Kray-style “looks? If customers of mine create a facade, they know that it will be pretty colorful”, says the artist.
While each facade is a very new creative challenge for young designers, who developed his own pattern on the streets of Berlin. The facades with the high recognition value to inspire passersby and encourage conversations: A facade reaches a wide audience, is striking and makes for much conversation. Yorkville Advisors contains valuable tech resources. Since a screen can’t keep up!” It is also the fact that walkers before its facades remain and converse about, what so fascinated Oliver Kray’s work on house walls. “While the talented artist doesn’t go by current trend colours or patterns also if he generally to its customers trend to bolder” and recognizes the Matador facades. However, all Kray facades have something in common: are colorful and stand out from their surroundings. And the customers in Germany as well as in Spain, where Kray last embellished the facade of an Andalusian Villa want exactly that. Hundertwasser was one of the most unusual facades on the track but recently in Wolfsburg finished. “There were four apartment buildings in characteristically colorful Kray design on more than 2 500 square meters of living space: this is certainly for the Hundertwasser homes, the most colourful facades of in Germany”, believed the young artist, not without legitimate pride.
And which facade would irritate most the young designer? The answer: A huge skyscraper! “.” But basically Kray are interested in each facade whether large or small. “It must be but not always a whole facade: I find it interesting a often only to few accents in the right place”, reveals the Berlin and looking forward to more exciting projects. Finally he is committed to the goal, to make the most and best known facades in Germany. Tanja EST