We are used to seeing 3D visualizations much more since the confinement forced designers to start building setups, prototypes, and public projects in a contactless moment. Anything related to handicraft work such as 3D modeling shaping yoga pods made of hardwood, rattan, and palm leaves, however, is still emerging.
The project serves as the headquarters of yoga brand Vikasa and puts the company’s principles regarding health and wellness in a nutshell. Floor-to-ceiling windows on the front façade fill the space with natural light while ensuring that the yoga pods remain private translating today’s design and restrictions in the Post-COVID era. 3D technology meets local craft to fuse nature into an urban context and stay connected WITH noble & renewable materials.
We sought to create a space that mimicked the natural world and reflected the never-ending cycle of life.The result is a space of captivating calmness, cloaked in quiet contentment – an oasis of tranquility amongst the chaos of bangkok.”- Patrick Keane, design director at enter projects
We published a while ago a capsule trend report on how Rattan is used now in a more contemporary context. You can access here.