studio nomad and batlab architects' blue meditation point in romania studio nomad and batlab architects' blue meditation point in romania
oct 08, 2015

studio nomad and batlab architects' blue meditation point in romania

studio nomad and batlab architects’ blue meditation point in romania
all images courtesy of bence pásztor

 

 

 

gergő and péter batizi-pócsi of batlab architects, with bence pásztor of studio nomad created the ‘blue meditation point’ as part of the noise workshop held in translyvania, romania. the 4m disc draws attention to the neglected part of the ika stream, a waterway that runs through the wooded setting. the cantilevered wooden disc is placed on a fallen tree, which gives the piece a slight angle pointing towards the stream. the ‘blue meditation point’ will be left to serve its function until nature reclaims it

studio nomad batlab architects blue meditation point transylvania romania designboom
‘blue meditation point’ 


the wooden disc is placed upon a fallen log 

studio nomad batlab architects blue meditation point transylvania romania designboom
the cantilevered form measures 4m diameter 


the point hangs over the stream, providing an intimate connection between individual and nature 


close up of ‘blue meditation point’ 

studio nomad batlab architects blue meditation point transylvania romania designboom
the piece is located in csernaton, transylvania, romania


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