China - Crystal Hall

 
Designer: TU POCHUN
 
PROJECT NAME: Crystal Hall
DESIGN COMPANY: Shanghai PRID Decoration Engineering Design Co., Ltd
DESIGNER: Tu PoChun
PHOTOGRAPHER: Chin HsuanMin
COMPLETION DATE: June 2018
PROJECT BUDGET: 1,000,000 RMB
PROJECT LOCAYION: Shanghai, China
AREA: 200m²
MAIN MATERIAL: brass, Baccarat crystal, marble, BocaDoLobo furniture
 
 
Light has for long guided people in the exploration of the unsolved. In the unknown dome of Zone X depicted in the film titled "Annihilate", the foam-like glorious organization and the structure of laser surface bring people into a fantasy scene that only appears in dreams.
 
 
 
“Light” is the clue that leads the role throughout the storyline of film. In a showroom named "Crystal Palace", the designer also created a mysterious and fancy scene for six special crystal lamps, just like the Zone X in "Annihilation".
 
 
 
Unlike the place of annihilation as depicted in the film, you'll find fascinating exotic symbiosis in different locations from different angles.
 
 
 
In view of the characteristics of six crystal lamps, "Crystal Palace" is divided into 6 different functional areas by the delicately designed wall.
 
 
 

Acting as both a host and a guest, each lamp gives the information to guide the viewer forward in each independent space. All bearing structure in the space was hidden in the wall.

 

 
 

The brass finish with hand-made corrugated texture forms a wonderful sense of flow with light and shadow, as if the biological texture of the micro world linking the sky and the earth to spread vitality everywhere.

 

 
 

The inlay of diamond surface in the cracks of wall and the built-in variable lamp belt conceals the gorgeous galaxy of the vast universe in it. The turquoise marble and sparkling crystal diamonds enhance the role of lighting creates a great energy field which is gaining momentum to show.

 

 
 

While the free-curving wall functions as a spatial partition, it can also be seen as an independent artwork in space. Between the real and the imaginary, the surface of engraved copper wall provides the subliminal displacement guidance for the viewers who step into the space.

 

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