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Book "Aromatherapy for children"

The inspiration of the object is the roots of the plants, which are established in the ground and nourish the plant. Usually invisible but vital. The projected volume is an exposition, like a visual "section". The wooden painted openwork "legs" of the object are the roots, the soft porous upper part of the volume is the surface of the earth, and the book on it is the fruit, ripe from nature. The volume is quite massive, but visually light due to the graceful legs. In the massive part of the "ground" (inside) is a container that holds 56 specimens. If desired, the volume can be closed, looking the same on all sides. The slightly soft foam surface of the graphite color makes a great backdrop for a book of subtle designs and bright colors. The exhibited object is visible from a distance, but stylistically "does not protrude".

The waiter communicates with the buyer in a normal relationship, but the small width of the contour narrows the boundaries of “personal space,” making this relationship warmer, more comfortable.

Lavender, eucalyptus-enriched bulky foam volumes lead the nose to the venue.

place: Vilnius, Lithuania

year: 2017

authors: Miglė Nainytė, Austė Kuliešiūtė

photos: MOA, Joana Burn

stage: realized

client: "Two Silences"

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