Seeking Deer

Submitted by Kris Lin

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Client: China Overseas Property

Location: Shanghai, China

Completion date: 2020

Project Team

Installation

Jiayu Yang

Kris Lin International Design

Interior Design

Kris Lin

Kris Lin International Design

Overview

This case is located in Shanghai. The designers intend to combine art, and ecology into modern space, so as to create a reception center with a vibrant and artistic atmosphere. The project is divided into two floors, the first floor is the hall display area and the conversation area, and the second floor is the VIP reception and office area.
Showcase-visual connection, breaking boundaries
The designers break the definition of the space on the second floor with a large-scale floor-to-ceiling window. And through the contrast between the virtual and the solid produced by the glass material, achieves a visual connection.
Seeking Deer-Space Dialogue
A 6-meter-long art installation, “Deer of Life”, is set up in the second-floor window area. Guests can appreciate this mysterious “deer” through the window on the first floor.
Deer of Life-Installation Art
The installation of “deer” heralds beauty and hope, a spirited deer symbolizing beauty leaping and running, long antlers turning into branches of hope, and metal sense on flying butterfly feels like a blooming flower of life.

Goals

Increase the interest of the space, the process of people wandering in the space is the process of looking for deer.

Deer of Life-Installation Art
Art, nature, and ecology are the design concepts of this case. The emergence of "deer" heralds beauty and hope, a spirited deer symbolizing beauty leaping and running, long antlers turning into branches of hope, and metal sense on flying butterfly feels like a blooming flower of life. Through the presentation of this artistic installation, it hopes to express the concepts of art, nature and ecology.

Deer Hunting-Space Dialogue
A 6-meter-long art installation, "Deer of Life", is set up in the second-floor window area. Guests can appreciate this mysterious "deer" through the window on the first floor. In the process of "seeking the deer", the effects of interspersed scenery are produced visually, and different scenes will be presented if one goes further steps, so as to achieve space-to-space communication and dialogue between people and space.