Mori

The progression of materiality and transformation over the passage of time, influenced by Wabi-Sabi and its acceptance and appreciation of the transience of nature and imperfection of evolution.

Materials evolve and transform with the change of seasons, shifting from a solid entity to a micro, refined state. From its raw, unaltered form, to a natural degradation through tarnish and weathering, and finally to smooth refinement.

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Inspired by nature and the komorebi (sunlight streaming through the trees) experience, the Parc Komo Show Gallery fully embodies serenity and tranquility.
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Parc Komo

Inspired by nature and the komorebi (sunlight streaming through the trees) experience, the Parc Komo Show Gallery fully embodies serenity and tranquility. With these qualities as the guiding principle, Parc Komo displays three distinct styles that work in harmony.

Inspired by the former coastal settlements along Singapore's Changi Beach area, industrial elements of raw concrete and cement work in harmony with natural elements of wood, flora, and a palette of green accents to create an organic living space.

A living space tailored for communal living and to induce a level of relaxation akin to holiday resorts, warm browns and light fabrics were predominantly used together with accents of green and grey to cultivate a warm and cozy ambience.

A palette of light ivory and taupe — highlighted with accents of gold and marble, and decorated with subtle floral themes — these intricacies come together in symmetry to create a peaceful and tranquil garden.