Equiam
Equiam, an installation that reinterprets a mythical narrative.
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Solution

Equiam draws its� inspiration from the fabled fields of Elysium.  We aimed to create a narrative experience which draws you in from first moment you see it to the final moment where you can touch it.  The first sight of Equiam at a distance is like first hearing about paradise, you can see something in the distance distort your vision, but you haven�t a clue what it is.  Walking closer, a delectable scent fills the air and you can make out the airy forms where there is a constant dance between light and shadow.  Finally at arrival, you reach paradise, where the source of the temptation is in front of you and you feel so close to heaven that you can practically touch the clouds.

Which problem is solved by this idea?

The first problem we aimed to solve the complex problem of branding an outdoor space without the use of common solutions such as designer furniture. The second problem we aimed to solve was the feeling of exclusivity. The final problem was how each seat receives near a constant amount of light within the time frame each patron is seated.

How does your idea solve the problem?

The first problem we aimed to solve the complex problem of branding an outdoor space without the use of common solutions such as designer furniture. The second problem we aimed to solve was the feeling of exclusivity. The final problem was how each seat receives near a constant amount of light within the time frame each patron is seated.

What's the benefit for the target group?

The first problem we aimed to solve the complex problem of branding an outdoor space without the use of common solutions such as designer furniture. The second problem we aimed to solve was the feeling of exclusivity. The final problem was how each seat receives near a constant amount of light within the time frame each patron is seated.

What could be the perfect event to implement your approach/object?

The first problem we aimed to solve the complex problem of branding an outdoor space without the use of common solutions such as designer furniture. The second problem we aimed to solve was the feeling of exclusivity. The final problem was how each seat receives near a constant amount of light within the time frame each patron is seated.

How many guests can participate in your outdoor dinner?

As many as the client wants.