NEW-ANGKOR Coffee Table
PrizeHonorable Mention in Installation Art
–The Shape of Angkor Wat Architecture
–The Importance of Dedication & Religious Respect in the Angkor’s History
It was inspired during the trip in Angkor Wat in the 2018’s Easter. The coffee table’s frame is made reference of the shape of Angkor Wat Architecture. To emphasize the importance of dedication and religious respect, the middle part is lower, but not the highest.
Bio Vincent is one international master student of Architecture & Urban Design at Meiji University in Tokyo (?????????????????????????). During research period in Japan, he wants to gain deep knowledge of Architecture Aesthetics & Philosophy and Traditional & Modern Architecture.
His project experience was over interior project, furniture project, architectural design project, and building management project.
Before going to study as research-based master student at Meiji University, he was to he was to create and design VIN’S ARCHI. Furniture like ONE-PILLAR Stool, T Chair, Capra Chair.........