The Meridian District

Student: | Kaelee Helms
Faculty | Sheryl Kasak
School of Design, Graduate Interior Design

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.

View of the entrance | surrounded by strange amorphous forms while looking towards the illuminant skylight.
Stair enveloped with translucent curtain
The other side of the skylight + public lounge seating
Amorphous form constricted within the planar wall

Link to student documentation.