The Garden Pavilion / NCDA


A series of undulating curves are recurring motifs and provide an abstract echo of nature. Lines are cut into the plaster of the ceiling in patterns that suggest raked gravel patterns of a sand garden, while organically shaped sconces and tables are designed to mimic rocks in a garden. Image © Harold De Puymorin

A series of undulating curves are recurring motifs and provide an abstract echo of nature. Lines are cut into the plaster of the ceiling in patterns that suggest raked gravel patterns of a sand garden, while organically shaped sconces and tables are designed to mimic rocks in a garden. Image © Harold De Puymorin
  • architects: NCDA
  • Location: Hong Kong (SAR)
  • Project Year: 2020
  • Photographs: Harold De Puymorin
  • Area: 200.0 m2

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