2020年2月，Enter Projects Asia完成了Vikasa Yoga总部的设计与建设。项目占地450平方米，内部由大堂区、豪华浴室以及两个公共、两个私人的瑜伽舱共同组成，室内布局自由灵动。Enter Projects Asia将标志性的几何设计运用自如，促进了3D技术和泰国传统工艺的融合，在城市环境中再造自然。室内装饰的所有元素均取材自当地，材料包括泰国硬木、黑色石板、竹和最著名的藤工艺。“藤计划”提供了一处迷人的静谧空间，让人在安静的氛围中尽享满足。这里是处于纷杂曼谷中心的一片绿洲。
▼店面外观，the exterior view of the store ©Enter Projects Asia
▼对外展示橱窗，the display window ©Enter Projects Asia
In February 2020, Enter Projects Asia completed their design & construction for the headquarters of Vikasa Yoga. The 450sqm space is comprised of a series of free-form yoga pods – two public and two private pods with a lobby area and luxury bathrooms integrated seamlessly into the layout. Using their signature geometries, Enter Projects Asia facilitated the fusion of 3D technologies with local Thai craftsmanship to bring nature to an urban context. All elements of the project were made from natural, local materials: Thai hardwood, local black slate, bamboo and most notably, rattan. The result is a space of captivating calmness, cloaked in quiet contentment – an oasis of tranquility amongst the chaos of Bangkok.
▼室内藤制品，the indoor rattan products ©Enter Projects Asia
▼投影墙，the projection wall ©Enter Projects Asia
▼“藤”的展示，display of the rattan furnitures ©Enter Projects Asia
Vikasa Yoga总部的设计后，Enter Projects Asia又接手了SPICE & BARLEY餐厅的设计。团队延续了其标志性的风格，将3D数字技术与传统手工艺相结合，以设计展示自然，在9米高的空间中建造了天然可再生的藤编装置。藤条形成了自由流动的液体形状，模拟倒入玻璃杯中的啤酒。成果令人瞩目，作为可再生材料视觉设计的范本引领着生态设计的新潮流。
Vikasa was closely followed by the completion of Spice & Barley Bar & Lounge. In their signature style, fusing 3D digital technology with traditional arts & crafts, the Enter Projects team sought to incorporate natural, renewable rattan into the 9-metre-high space. By generating free-flowing liquid geometries, to mimic beer as it’s poured into a glass. The results are awe-inspiring and showcase a new wave in eco-design using renewable materials to create visual & functional masterpieces.
▼自由流动的藤条，rattan in free-flowing liquid geometries ©Enter Projects Asia
During the nationwide lockdown that followed, Project Rattan was borne. Having worked directly with ‘the real people of Thailand’ on both projects, founder Patrick Keane felt a responsibility to keep the history of Thai traditional arts and crafts alive – whilst in turn supporting the local economy and protecting the environment. In a market that is saturated with cheaper, inferior, and imported plastic products, Project Rattan have built a bridge for designers to connect with factory workers locally in rattan and bamboo crafts.
▼藤制家具，the rattan furnitures ©Enter Projects Asia
▼细部，details ©Enter Projects Asia
▼藤制品设计图，the design of rattan furnitures ©Enter Projects Asia
▼轴测图，axonometric drawing ©Enter Projects Asia
▼平面图，floor plan ©Enter Projects Asia