Booth, LivingInteriors 2014
Cap timber becomes the creative basis for the architecture: the booth should stimulate communication and have a lasting effect on the visitors due to a high design standard. An enlarged photo of a cap timber disk is printed on wafer board. Following the annual rings, steps are built, so that the printed form becomes three-dimensional. On the rear wall, the sensory experiences of sight, hearing, touch and smell are illustrated by exhibits. Wooden bars with integrated LED luminaires are hanging from the ceiling. As a give-away visitors receive a thin wooden disk. By dehydration of the freshly cut wood, it arches to a small bowl.