Curtain of Cloud Pavilion / PRACTICE
Textual content description offered by the architects. Because of its geographic traits because the neighborhood of the airport, Magok District is subjected to peak restrictions. As a by-product, sky, and clouds will be seen wherever. These huge skies and clouds had been probably the most primitive topics of creative sense throughout our childhood, taking us forwards and backwards between actuality and surreal states.
Whereas taking a look at this cloud, Charles Baudelaire known as it an ‘intriguing construction product of intangible substance, as a shifting architectural piece that God constructed with water vapor’, and liked the mysterious cloud that one can by no means contact.
Just like the cloud that Baudelaire was keen on, the cloud in <Curtain of Cloud> metaphorically expresses an structure with constructions and skins. The pavilion of silver curtain positioned in entrance of the quiet Magok Station gently sways like a cloud, turning into a medium that excites individuals’s curiosities. The work, which used the sense of huge sky and clouds in Magok District as a metaphor, serves as a symbolic emblem that leads us to a world of creativeness.