Studio VDGA has designed a permanent installation with a filigree facade, woven by by the local craftsmen in the villages of north India.
The 570km-long metal wire woven into the patterns, reminiscent of the Indian Saree motifs, forms the long facade.
Quintessentially resembling the embellishments on the Indian Saree with Zari work [Zari means golden], these 127-panel screens drape the outdoor area of the restaurant, offering the views of the West lake across, while still giving an identity to the place through its vast, fluidic and porous installation hanging on the metal chains.
Designer: Studio VDGA
Project: The Golden Veil at RASM