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A design should be able to evoke an emotion, by default. It should embed strong personality to be consumed by the user and bend to it. An identity with a profound, insightful meaning.
Our world is often too real for such an emotion, it destroys it from the most incipient form and the end result is often never consumed or properly perceived by the individual. Once in a while this pure form of inception passes through the filter and it evolves, it becomes real, a pure shape filled with emotion.
The Chinese Studio of AZL Architects have brought to life such a rare form of materiality, it`s all in the shape of a garden chapel, one that opens towards the world without being vulnerable. Semi-transparent walls and a butterfly roof are items that do materialize border the exterior-interior relation in a different manner, allowing fascinating surreal combinations of light, materials and shapes to change the way we see and perceive this spiritual space of immense beauty.
There is not much to be said, everything is still, calm and pure. The establishment simply summons supreme calm and infuses quietness. What do you think?
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