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Pagoda for addicted / Pavilion for cellphone addicted

Pagoda for addicted
Pagoda for addicted

When facing invaluable moments in life, people seem to keep themselves busy posting them on sns rather than fully being immersed. We need a deliberate break from reckless cell phone use. Pagoda is designed for cell phone addicts which offers synesthesia rest. To limit cellphone usage inside the space, the user's phone is used as a light source for the structure. The woofer vibrates as the music is played in the pagoda, which creates a pattern in the water. The pattern of water is projected on the wall. Repeating units, which is stacked rotating, creates a organic shape. The rhythmical shape further enrich the user's visual experience, resona


Hongik University

Hongik University
Seoul, South Korea

Seokyung Jeong,
Hongik University

Seondae Kim,
Hongik University