JOURNALS

Chapter 02

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Chamchuri Pavilion

Author: Sher Maker I Photo: Sher Maker & o-d-a I Date: December 05, 2019

Please take the time to relax and feel free to become an observer in our contemplative space, be considerate internal phenomena of the relationship between Raintree shade and furniture inside the space. Sher Maker presented a 30-square-meter replica area that was pierced above the roof to bring light into the exhibition room and direct the viewer's eyes to the outside sky. In which the shade of the Raintree serves as both audio and visual for exhibition space. The exhibition room was placed under the shade of Rain tree that has long been linked to the Moonler brand as the main raw material for their furniture. The design of this exhibition room is to emphasize the intention of Moonler brand to praise the value of local materials and craftsmanship. Awareness of the value of materials used to make furniture and vision to expand the realm of design dimension to more than furniture brand in the future.

The bench, called 'Salmon', was conceived from an idea we had to make a bench from one, big, single trunk without using any other material. We had been trying to explore a new path that we thought no one had ever gone down before. We later discovered that if the entire trunk was cut at a 45-degree diagonal, vertically, we would end up with two pieces of wood with a right triangular section. The pieces were put together, creating a bench with a buck wider seat. The other piece of wood of the same shape was flipped down to support the bench as its leg. The essence of the piece was derived from how the wood was sliced, which somehow reminds us of making sushi with the pattern of the pine wood being reminiscent of the pattern of sliced fish, hence, the name 'Salmon Bench'.

The bench, called 'Salmon', was conceived from an idea we had to make a bench from one, big, single trunk without using any other material. We had been trying to explore a new path that we thought no one had ever gone down before. We later discovered that if the entire trunk was cut at a 45-degree diagonal, vertically, we would end up with two pieces of wood with a right triangular section. The pieces were put together, creating a bench with a buck wider seat. The other piece of wood of the same shape was flipped down to support the bench as its leg. The essence of the piece was derived from how the wood was sliced, which somehow reminds us of making sushi with the pattern of the pine wood being reminiscent of the pattern of sliced fish, hence, the name 'Salmon Bench'.

The bench, called 'Salmon', was conceived from an idea we had to make a bench from one, big, single trunk without using any other material. We had been trying to explore a new path that we thought no one had ever gone down before. We later discovered that if the entire trunk was cut at a 45-degree diagonal, vertically, we would end up with two pieces of wood with a right triangular section. The pieces were put together, creating a bench with a buck wider seat. The other piece of wood of the same shape was flipped down to support the bench as its leg. The essence of the piece was derived from how the wood was sliced, which somehow reminds us of making sushi with the pattern of the pine wood being reminiscent of the pattern of sliced fish, hence, the name 'Salmon Bench'.

The bench, called 'Salmon', was conceived from an idea we had to make a bench from one, big, single trunk without using any other material. We had been trying to explore a new path that we thought no one had ever gone down before. We later discovered that if the entire trunk was cut at a 45-degree diagonal, vertically, we would end up with two pieces of wood with a right triangular section. The pieces were put together, creating a bench with a buck wider seat. The other piece of wood of the same shape was flipped down to support the bench as its leg. The essence of the piece was derived from how the wood was sliced, which somehow reminds us of making sushi with the pattern of the pine wood being reminiscent of the pattern of sliced fish, hence, the name 'Salmon Bench'.

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