Sparks

CompanyOft Interiors Ltd.
Lead DesignerCM Jao & Ken Cheung
PrizeSilver in Interior Design / Public Spaces

When it is about movie, people would tend to provoke heaps of connections and imaginations of it. The extravagance in palace of Tang Dynasty in Curse of the Golden Flower, the tranquility of bamboo forest in Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon, the bustle of old Hong Kong streets in The Echoes of the Rainbow, and all kinds of stories and emotions within the many scenes are all illustrated by the broad and blank 16:9 screens in theatres. A cinema ought to have all these different personalities within oneself, as the appreciation of movies is never limited to the boundary of screens. The light that penetrates from the skylight on Vivo City at Foshan has lit up the bright view that is decorated by plainly black and white tones. The very first Emperor UA cinema has debuted under such a delightful scene, which foresees the cinema’s future path in China. Just as scattered pieces in kaleidoscope, the ceiling modules with triangle and rhombus patterns are letting light beams into the cinema, the first impression of the dazzling space has been started up as well. With the same rule of geometry, stainless steel strips are dissecting the white marble floor and reflecting the scene of flying paper pieces from ceiling to floor. From the shopping centre to the cinema, we go through layers of eye-dazzling fixtures; waves of juvenile feelings hit us all the way. The thesis of the design project is to carry out the infinite novelty of movies by design theme with sci-fi sensation.