Dream and Maze by Studio 10

December 04, 2018

Lost in Dreams

Dream and Maze by Studio 10

Tourists have long flocked to the city of Guilin in China, famous for its spectacular limestone hills towering over serene lakes and rivers. Those who stay at The Other Place, a local guest house, however, may be surprised by scenery which is rather unexpected but no less spectacular.

Architect Shi Zhou of Studio 10 has designed two beguiling rooms inspired by the "impossible" drawings of Dutch artist MC Escher. Maze is painted in a soothing palette of forest green, peach and white, whilst Dream is swathed in delicate shades of pink, white and black. Both rooms feature double-height ceilings and slanting roofs, providing the perfect backdrop for numerous "impossible" staircases, some of which lead to doors which go nowhere. All the doors are painted the same colour and have the same rounded frames as the wardrobes, which add further to the visual disorientation. These are rooms you can get delightfully lost in, especially after a few stiff drinks.

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Links 

Studio 10

The Other Place

Product Inspiration

Create your own surreal sculptural style with the Bonnie & Clyde center table from Dooq, the Longlegs shelf from Frederik Roije and the Luna cabinet from Coedition.

 Bonnie & Clyde Center Table   Longlegs Eight Tables    Luna Cabinet

 

Use bold shapes to make a sculptural statement with lights such as the Gemina suspension light from Formae, the Kong floor light from Qeeboo and the Escape suspension light from LZF

Gemina Vertical Suspension Light   Kong Floor Light   Escape Suspension Light - Large

 

For accessories which are intriguing and bold in equal measures try the Qucha vase from Moustache, the Axonometry Cube set from Ghidini 1961 and the Wunderkammer Globe mirror from Diesel Living.

Qucha Vase   Axonometry Cube Set   Wunderkammer Globe Mirror - No Globall


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