Corolla - an inner oral envelope, a whorl of petals of a flower. It is a part that make flower a flower, and is distinguished from other parts by its textile fineness and colour gayness. Collectiveness of these tiny oral leaves is what we decided to choose as a main component for the whole design. Transparent paper leaves are fabricated as a dominant material to be used in all areas. Assembling in bunches and installed on different structures, they are designated to create an astonishing effect both by themselves and along with fresh flowers, including December magnolia. In constructed spaces and planes, cornices in various sizes and details have been applied onto surfaces to break the plainness thus created a style that would harmonise with chandelier- like structure and created the contrasting backdrop for organic form of paper leaves. These could be seen in foyer decoration area, photo opportunity area, and stage backdrop. Typographic design is done by PHKA, and utilised a similar design approach with the event itself, also with transparent leaves.
Location: The Athenee Bangkok
Designer / Supervisor: Sumanee Chivapong
Photographer: Pattaradhorn Rujeraprapa