LAAB | Asian Cultural Council
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Project

Asian Cultural Council Interior Enhancement by LAAB

Team

Hang, Kenneth, Carolyn, CK, Ho Ching, Gary, Yuen

Photography

Cheung Chi Wai

About This Project

While multiple marine-plywood panels were installed to provide privacy for the rooms and tidiness for storage, the integrity is offered by engraving an extensive wave-form as an continuous picture across all panels, with our programmable CNC tool. At the ceiling, strips of metal are also twisted to negotiate between opaqueness for concealing service elements and porousness for AC ventilation.