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Sò Studio creates metallic interior for showroom in Hangzhou
China Architecture News - Aug 22, 2019 - 03:01 2198 views
The space is inspired by the interaction of sports field: Bundle extrusion and Stretch release. Strong plasticity with elastic force: array and sense of order in machine, with a movable vision installation to reflect space.
The detachable assembled racking system what divided space into different spatial regions. Inspired by the contemporary Pop artist Jeff Koons balloon series. The specular reflection ball installation reflected changes in the surrounding environment during the movement.
The up and down operation of the robot arm drives the movement of the ball device. Sponge, sphere, structural column, we use straps to combine these three objects of completely different materials. This return to our original concept: free binding & interaction, which create the other focus in the space.
The robotic arm constantly taps the potato chip bag. This process symbolizes that the calories are crushed. The architects leave blank in ceiling, wall and floor to make it like white space in the painting.
Project name: PEU À PEU by JNBY
Address: JNBY+, No. 79, Wenxi 2nd Road, Hangzhou, China
Area: 70 m2
Space & installation design: Sò Studio
Completion time: 2019/2
Installation build: Studio NOWHERE
Image Production: MUYI Concept+ Production
Video Director: Alexis Shao
Video Editor: Elbe Huang
All images © Yuhao Ding
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