THE SOLID STATE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE SOLID STATE

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The beauty of nature, an overgrown vegetation developed as time passed, in contrast with raw-concreted-textured and rigid-shaped habitation, is replicated. Directions and motions of florae are placed intruding into each other and interspersing onto the surface like how they grew naturally.

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Formed in caves by dripping stalagmites and stalactites, onyx is naturally-created by the process and held unique characteristics as light can came through. The narrow space of the foyer was fully-covered by the construction of enclosed hallway. The artificial slab of onyx is installed and illuminated on the ceiling strip, continued in the same axis as it is incorporated as a part of reception backdrop. Artificial Carrara marble panels were assembled in layers, with a twisted grid; and intervened with sculptural berms of tropical plants, including dried and dyed palm. The application of smaller onyx slabs on the stage is different from the foyer space. Panels were installed onto the wall, as if they were folded, with lighting system mounted underneath can be separated lid in pattern. This featured set were flanked by towers of tropical vegetation.

Designer / Supervisor: Anuwat Mahasatta

Detail designer: Peerapong Sawangsri

Photographer: Minami Yuzawa

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