No Sunrise No Sunset Pavilion

Created for the first Thailand Biennale in Krabi, the No Sunrise No Sunset Pavilion is a mirrored box looking out upon the sea. It's so named since the sun doesn't actually rise or set, but it is Earth that spins and makes it appear to move, meaning it is our way of looking at the world around us that forms our reality. Its mirrored door works as a block to the vista beyond when shut, and gives entry to a hallway-like space when open, with glass on the end framing in the views and a statue of Yai Sa stands as a symbol of love and waiting.

Photos: Wallasia / Spaceshift Studio

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