School of Design, Graduate Interior Design
Student: Kaelee Helms
Faculty: Sheryl Kasak
Unusual translucent and amorphous forms curate curiosity and distraction. These shapes illuminate light and juxtapose minimal concrete planes. Moments of bizarre shapes are paired with non-conventional and sustainable materials, which help distract the mind of someone who is trying to escape a drug. Constriction of the amorphous shapes translates into displacement, represented in blobs crossing through thresholds as well as placement of the walls.
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