Petrified Carpets Architectural Installation The Materiality of the Invisible Marres, Maastricht, (NL) 2017 Salone Mobile, Milano (IT), 2017 Dutch Design Week (NL), 2016  ‘Petrified Carpets’ is architectural installation of concrete architectural objects inspired by the carpet and its planimetric representation of the ideal garden. Its motifs resemble various architectural elements found in Persian gardens such as the surrounding wall, the central fountain, the kiosk, and the doorways to the garden.  In collaboration with Alessandra Covini, with the generous support of the Talent Development grant of the Creative Industries fund and co-produced by Hurks Prefabbeton.  Photography by: EH (Kyoungtae Kim)

Petrified Carpets
Architectural Installation
The Materiality of the Invisible
Marres, Maastricht, (NL) 2017
Salone Mobile, Milano (IT), 2017
Dutch Design Week (NL), 2016

‘Petrified Carpets’ is architectural installation of concrete architectural objects inspired by the carpet and its planimetric representation of the ideal garden. Its motifs resemble various architectural elements found in Persian gardens such as the surrounding wall, the central fountain, the kiosk, and the doorways to the garden.

In collaboration with Alessandra Covini, with the generous support of the Talent Development grant of the Creative Industries fund and co-produced by Hurks Prefabbeton.

Photography by: EH (Kyoungtae Kim)

 Petrified Carpets Architectural Installation The Materiality of the Invisible Marres, Maastricht, (NL) 2017 Salone Mobile, Milano (IT), 2017 Dutch Design Week (NL), 2016  ‘Petrified Carpets’ is architectural installation of concrete architectural objects inspired by the carpet and its planimetric representation of the ideal garden. Its motifs resemble various architectural elements found in Persian gardens such as the surrounding wall, the central fountain, the kiosk, and the doorways to the garden.  In collaboration with Alessandra Covini, with the generous support of the Talent Development grant of the Creative Industries fund and co-produced by Hurks Prefabbeton.  Photography by: Tomas Dirrix

Petrified Carpets
Architectural Installation
The Materiality of the Invisible
Marres, Maastricht, (NL) 2017
Salone Mobile, Milano (IT), 2017
Dutch Design Week (NL), 2016

‘Petrified Carpets’ is architectural installation of concrete architectural objects inspired by the carpet and its planimetric representation of the ideal garden. Its motifs resemble various architectural elements found in Persian gardens such as the surrounding wall, the central fountain, the kiosk, and the doorways to the garden.

In collaboration with Alessandra Covini, with the generous support of the Talent Development grant of the Creative Industries fund and co-produced by Hurks Prefabbeton.

Photography by: Tomas Dirrix

 Petrified Carpets Architectural Installation The Materiality of the Invisible Marres, Maastricht, (NL) 2017 Salone Mobile, Milano (IT), 2017 Dutch Design Week (NL), 2016  ‘Petrified Carpets’ is architectural installation of concrete architectural objects inspired by the carpet and its planimetric representation of the ideal garden. Its motifs resemble various architectural elements found in Persian gardens such as the surrounding wall, the central fountain, the kiosk, and the doorways to the garden.  In collaboration with Alessandra Covini, with the generous support of the Talent Development grant of the Creative Industries fund and co-produced by Hurks Prefabbeton.  Photography by: EH (Kyoungtae Kim)

Petrified Carpets
Architectural Installation
The Materiality of the Invisible
Marres, Maastricht, (NL) 2017
Salone Mobile, Milano (IT), 2017
Dutch Design Week (NL), 2016

‘Petrified Carpets’ is architectural installation of concrete architectural objects inspired by the carpet and its planimetric representation of the ideal garden. Its motifs resemble various architectural elements found in Persian gardens such as the surrounding wall, the central fountain, the kiosk, and the doorways to the garden.

In collaboration with Alessandra Covini, with the generous support of the Talent Development grant of the Creative Industries fund and co-produced by Hurks Prefabbeton.

Photography by: EH (Kyoungtae Kim)

 Petrified Carpets Architectural Installation The Materiality of the Invisible Marres, Maastricht, (NL) 2017 Salone Mobile, Milano (IT), 2017 Dutch Design Week (NL), 2016  ‘Petrified Carpets’ is architectural installation of concrete architectural objects inspired by the carpet and its planimetric representation of the ideal garden. Its motifs resemble various architectural elements found in Persian gardens such as the surrounding wall, the central fountain, the kiosk, and the doorways to the garden.  In collaboration with Alessandra Covini, with the generous support of the Talent Development grant of the Creative Industries fund and co-produced by Hurks Prefabbeton.  Photography by: EH (Kyoungtae Kim)

Petrified Carpets
Architectural Installation
The Materiality of the Invisible
Marres, Maastricht, (NL) 2017
Salone Mobile, Milano (IT), 2017
Dutch Design Week (NL), 2016

‘Petrified Carpets’ is architectural installation of concrete architectural objects inspired by the carpet and its planimetric representation of the ideal garden. Its motifs resemble various architectural elements found in Persian gardens such as the surrounding wall, the central fountain, the kiosk, and the doorways to the garden.

In collaboration with Alessandra Covini, with the generous support of the Talent Development grant of the Creative Industries fund and co-produced by Hurks Prefabbeton.

Photography by: EH (Kyoungtae Kim)

 Petrified Carpets Architectural Installation The Materiality of the Invisible Marres, Maastricht, (NL) 2017 Salone Mobile, Milano (IT), 2017 Dutch Design Week (NL), 2016  ‘Petrified Carpets’ is architectural installation of concrete architectural objects inspired by the carpet and its planimetric representation of the ideal garden. Its motifs resemble various architectural elements found in Persian gardens such as the surrounding wall, the central fountain, the kiosk, and the doorways to the garden.  In collaboration with Alessandra Covini, with the generous support of the Talent Development grant of the Creative Industries fund and co-produced by Hurks Prefabbeton.  Photography by: EH (Kyoungtae Kim)

Petrified Carpets
Architectural Installation
The Materiality of the Invisible
Marres, Maastricht, (NL) 2017
Salone Mobile, Milano (IT), 2017
Dutch Design Week (NL), 2016

‘Petrified Carpets’ is architectural installation of concrete architectural objects inspired by the carpet and its planimetric representation of the ideal garden. Its motifs resemble various architectural elements found in Persian gardens such as the surrounding wall, the central fountain, the kiosk, and the doorways to the garden.

In collaboration with Alessandra Covini, with the generous support of the Talent Development grant of the Creative Industries fund and co-produced by Hurks Prefabbeton.

Photography by: EH (Kyoungtae Kim)

 Petrified Carpets Architectural Installation The Materiality of the Invisible Marres, Maastricht, (NL) 2017 Salone Mobile, Milano (IT), 2017 Dutch Design Week (NL), 2016  ‘Petrified Carpets’ is architectural installation of concrete architectural objects inspired by the carpet and its planimetric representation of the ideal garden. Its motifs resemble various architectural elements found in Persian gardens such as the surrounding wall, the central fountain, the kiosk, and the doorways to the garden.  In collaboration with Alessandra Covini, with the generous support of the Talent Development grant of the Creative Industries fund and co-produced by Hurks Prefabbeton.  Photography by: EH (Kyoungtae Kim)
 Petrified Carpets Architectural Installation The Materiality of the Invisible Marres, Maastricht, (NL) 2017 Salone Mobile, Milano (IT), 2017 Dutch Design Week (NL), 2016  ‘Petrified Carpets’ is architectural installation of concrete architectural objects inspired by the carpet and its planimetric representation of the ideal garden. Its motifs resemble various architectural elements found in Persian gardens such as the surrounding wall, the central fountain, the kiosk, and the doorways to the garden.  In collaboration with Alessandra Covini, with the generous support of the Talent Development grant of the Creative Industries fund and co-produced by Hurks Prefabbeton.  Photography by: Tomas Dirrix
 Petrified Carpets Architectural Installation The Materiality of the Invisible Marres, Maastricht, (NL) 2017 Salone Mobile, Milano (IT), 2017 Dutch Design Week (NL), 2016  ‘Petrified Carpets’ is architectural installation of concrete architectural objects inspired by the carpet and its planimetric representation of the ideal garden. Its motifs resemble various architectural elements found in Persian gardens such as the surrounding wall, the central fountain, the kiosk, and the doorways to the garden.  In collaboration with Alessandra Covini, with the generous support of the Talent Development grant of the Creative Industries fund and co-produced by Hurks Prefabbeton.  Photography by: EH (Kyoungtae Kim)
 Petrified Carpets Architectural Installation The Materiality of the Invisible Marres, Maastricht, (NL) 2017 Salone Mobile, Milano (IT), 2017 Dutch Design Week (NL), 2016  ‘Petrified Carpets’ is architectural installation of concrete architectural objects inspired by the carpet and its planimetric representation of the ideal garden. Its motifs resemble various architectural elements found in Persian gardens such as the surrounding wall, the central fountain, the kiosk, and the doorways to the garden.  In collaboration with Alessandra Covini, with the generous support of the Talent Development grant of the Creative Industries fund and co-produced by Hurks Prefabbeton.  Photography by: EH (Kyoungtae Kim)
 Petrified Carpets Architectural Installation The Materiality of the Invisible Marres, Maastricht, (NL) 2017 Salone Mobile, Milano (IT), 2017 Dutch Design Week (NL), 2016  ‘Petrified Carpets’ is architectural installation of concrete architectural objects inspired by the carpet and its planimetric representation of the ideal garden. Its motifs resemble various architectural elements found in Persian gardens such as the surrounding wall, the central fountain, the kiosk, and the doorways to the garden.  In collaboration with Alessandra Covini, with the generous support of the Talent Development grant of the Creative Industries fund and co-produced by Hurks Prefabbeton.  Photography by: EH (Kyoungtae Kim)

Petrified Carpets
Architectural Installation
The Materiality of the Invisible
Marres, Maastricht, (NL) 2017
Salone Mobile, Milano (IT), 2017
Dutch Design Week (NL), 2016

‘Petrified Carpets’ is architectural installation of concrete architectural objects inspired by the carpet and its planimetric representation of the ideal garden. Its motifs resemble various architectural elements found in Persian gardens such as the surrounding wall, the central fountain, the kiosk, and the doorways to the garden.

In collaboration with Alessandra Covini, with the generous support of the Talent Development grant of the Creative Industries fund and co-produced by Hurks Prefabbeton.

Photography by: EH (Kyoungtae Kim)

Petrified Carpets
Architectural Installation
The Materiality of the Invisible
Marres, Maastricht, (NL) 2017
Salone Mobile, Milano (IT), 2017
Dutch Design Week (NL), 2016

‘Petrified Carpets’ is architectural installation of concrete architectural objects inspired by the carpet and its planimetric representation of the ideal garden. Its motifs resemble various architectural elements found in Persian gardens such as the surrounding wall, the central fountain, the kiosk, and the doorways to the garden.

In collaboration with Alessandra Covini, with the generous support of the Talent Development grant of the Creative Industries fund and co-produced by Hurks Prefabbeton.

Photography by: Tomas Dirrix

Petrified Carpets
Architectural Installation
The Materiality of the Invisible
Marres, Maastricht, (NL) 2017
Salone Mobile, Milano (IT), 2017
Dutch Design Week (NL), 2016

‘Petrified Carpets’ is architectural installation of concrete architectural objects inspired by the carpet and its planimetric representation of the ideal garden. Its motifs resemble various architectural elements found in Persian gardens such as the surrounding wall, the central fountain, the kiosk, and the doorways to the garden.

In collaboration with Alessandra Covini, with the generous support of the Talent Development grant of the Creative Industries fund and co-produced by Hurks Prefabbeton.

Photography by: EH (Kyoungtae Kim)

Petrified Carpets
Architectural Installation
The Materiality of the Invisible
Marres, Maastricht, (NL) 2017
Salone Mobile, Milano (IT), 2017
Dutch Design Week (NL), 2016

‘Petrified Carpets’ is architectural installation of concrete architectural objects inspired by the carpet and its planimetric representation of the ideal garden. Its motifs resemble various architectural elements found in Persian gardens such as the surrounding wall, the central fountain, the kiosk, and the doorways to the garden.

In collaboration with Alessandra Covini, with the generous support of the Talent Development grant of the Creative Industries fund and co-produced by Hurks Prefabbeton.

Photography by: EH (Kyoungtae Kim)

Petrified Carpets
Architectural Installation
The Materiality of the Invisible
Marres, Maastricht, (NL) 2017
Salone Mobile, Milano (IT), 2017
Dutch Design Week (NL), 2016

‘Petrified Carpets’ is architectural installation of concrete architectural objects inspired by the carpet and its planimetric representation of the ideal garden. Its motifs resemble various architectural elements found in Persian gardens such as the surrounding wall, the central fountain, the kiosk, and the doorways to the garden.

In collaboration with Alessandra Covini, with the generous support of the Talent Development grant of the Creative Industries fund and co-produced by Hurks Prefabbeton.

Photography by: EH (Kyoungtae Kim)

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