Indigo is an acoustic spatial structure that maps Taiwan‘s cultural treasures. Studio Flær‘s design is a tribute to the cultural heritage that has emerged in everyday objects. Local patterns, traditions and customs are translated into sound-absorbing panels of 100 percent organic banana and mulberry fibres. The indigo plant gives the panels their colour and brings the blue sky into the interior. Bamboo forms the simple framing that turns the structure into a featherweight.
The project was conducted at NTCRI in Taiwan and was supported by ifa Stuttgart.