Best web design examples of art websites.
The art museum of Bergen came to us when they wanted to change their name. This was due to that they are four museums (Four buildings lining next to each other) that has four different names and this where confusing for their visitors. After a year back and forth Lysverket, Rasmus Meyer, Stenersen and Permanenten changed name to Kode.
We made Iconic Furniture as a little side project, to give brief Patrick Caulfield esque overview of the history of some of our favorite furniture pieces from the past century.
The site itself is built using the parallax scroll plugin curtain.js. Aswell as using media queries
This website was designed with clean, simple to use interface in mind. It was based on MooTools JS framework and utilizes HTML5 markup with CSS3 and responsive design. All of the design and coding was done in-house by Dmitri Tcherbadji without any templates or CMS systems.
AFMO’s website needed be as prestigious as the museums they support: Musée d’Orsay and Musée de L’Orangerie. It had to be classic yet contemporary to appeal to members, donors and corporate sponsors alike. We worked with their existing identity and evolved the teal and light blue color palette to include