Suryakala is a piece to observe and appreciate time through an animal that embodies the vibrancy of our planet.
It elicits warmth with its contrasting elements.
Exhibited at Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair 2019
within forecast exhibition.
As this was the first project during my master's programme, I used the opportunity to step out of my technical mindset and get acquainted with the workshop facilities. From romanticizing the interpretation of the "cyclic" focus of our project to the brutalist nature of design, I enjoyed every aspect of it as an engineer.
That's not to say that my technical background didn't contribute into its making, since I wouldn't have been able to accomplish this without having the confidence brought upon by it.