SHRINES

SHRINES

Client: Goodd
Credits: Dean Brown, Callum Brown & Namyoung An
Photography: Keith Hunter
Date: September 2013

A collection of contemporary Shrines retain the character and iconography of the traditional commemorative shrine, while adopting new contents that apply to modern living. The four micro furnitures are loosely associated with the typologies of a cabinet, a shelf, a vase and a dresser, to venerate the everyday rituals and artifacts of personal significance. As open platforms they invite to be furnished with a much loved book, a freshly cut flower or a bottle of your finest, to name a few. 

 

 

SHRINES

SHRINES

Client: Goodd
Credits: Dean Brown, Callum Brown & Namyoung An
Photography: Keith Hunter
Date: September 2013

A collection of contemporary Shrines retain the character and iconography of the traditional commemorative shrine, while adopting new contents that apply to modern living. The four micro furnitures are loosely associated with the typologies of a cabinet, a shelf, a vase and a dresser, to venerate the everyday rituals and artifacts of personal significance. As open platforms they invite to be furnished with a much loved book, a freshly cut flower or a bottle of your finest, to name a few. 

SHRINES

SHRINES

Client: Goodd
Credits: Dean Brown, Callum Brown & Namyoung An
Photography: Keith Hunter
Date: September 2013

A collection of contemporary Shrines retain the character and iconography of the traditional commemorative shrine, while adopting new contents that apply to modern living. The four micro furnitures are loosely associated with the typologies of a cabinet, a shelf, a vase and a dresser, to venerate the everyday rituals and artifacts of personal significance. As open platforms they invite to be furnished with a much loved book, a freshly cut flower or a bottle of your finest, to name a few. 

SHRINES

SHRINES

Client: Goodd
Credits: Dean Brown, Callum Brown & Namyoung An
Photography: Keith Hunter
Date: September 2013

A collection of contemporary Shrines retain the character and iconography of the traditional commemorative shrine, while adopting new contents that apply to modern living. The four micro furnitures are loosely associated with the typologies of a cabinet, a shelf, a vase and a dresser, to venerate the everyday rituals and artifacts of personal significance. As open platforms they invite to be furnished with a much loved book, a freshly cut flower or a bottle of your finest, to name a few.