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The main material of this work is solid teak, and each carving shows the craftsman's skill accumulated over the years, the surface of the work shows a natural and smooth texture similar to a kind of animal hair. The surface is finished with a natural black wax made from pig's blood and vegetable dyes using an ancient local technique, which is applied to the entire surface to give it a thick, natural texture.


L786x W786 x H500



Care Instructions

1.Due to the rich texture of the surface of the work, it is generally recommended to use a soft bristle brush to clean the surface of the dust.

2.You can use the soft sponge or cloth to dipped in natural wood wax oil and apply to the surface for maintenance. Due to the high oil content of teak itself and has a high stability, the maintenance cycle at longer intervals. You can perform maintenance according to actual usage conditions



The most "graphic" verses in On the Epang Palace are the ones that depict the walls and eaves of the palace. I think that this project is based on feelings and perceptions. When I put the descriptions of the verses into reality, I found the mortise and tenon of the eaves, the stacked tiles and the different forms of the pagodas. I found that they are "twisting and turning" as the poem describes. The overlapping of the architectural elements also creates a sense of grandeur, and with it, a sense of power and oppression. These elements in a way echo the establishment of the Epang Palace and the tyranny of Qin Shi Huang and the destruction of the dynasty.

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