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SHOWCASE -

INTERIOR DESIGN
Our Interior Design students focus on space creation; planning and producing designs that positively affect the environment.

Undulating Fluidity

The concept had derived from this passionate client Wayne Harjula as he created the high-end art pieces featuring undersea organisms like jellyfishes, marine plants as well as sea anemones by using recycled glass. He had ever mentioned, “It seems that there are million species under the sea which humans haven’t known yet.” He’s willing to tell the depth of the world by his artworks nobody knows. Undersea organisms’ organic form had flow into the design. For the entire structure looks very much like an aquatic sea inhabitant with its undulating shape form, jellyfish appearance as well as aqua-marine colouring. The archways along the side create a rhythm with the roof sections. Its exquisite curves also gives it a modern and sophisticated look. This art exhibition resembles the undulations of a jellyfish flexible non-poly and impressive outlook. Also, it brings the visitors toward the feeling of being under the sea.

 

artwork by
Teh Ka Ming
Subject
EXHIBITION DESIGN
Major
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