One Day Poem Pavilion

The One Day Poem Pavilion demonstrates the use of light and shadows to deliver messages with a delightful experience. By use of perforative panel, it allows sun light to penetrate creating shifting patterns.   You are not reading book under the sun shadow but a poem on floor. The continuous interplay of light and shadow creates engaging experience in the space. Figuratively, the words are falling from the sky and onto your bodies.   Designer Jiyeon Song adopted the idea of light and shadow as a common design communication tool by Japanese architect Tadao Ando’s Chapel of the Light in Ibaraki, Japan, and French architect Jean Nouvel’s Louvre Museum in Abu Dhabi as references. It pushes the boundaries of communication and experiential delight.                    

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