'Altered States' calls visitors to reconsider the primal elements of ice, water and steam and their connection to the everyday rituals of the kitchen island, such as cooking, gathering, entertaining and working. Presented as a playful series of interactive landscapes, the courtyard installation encourages visitors to interact with the various states of water while moving through an archipelago. Each island is constructed from a unique Caesarstone colour; Vanilla Noir, Alpine Mist and White Attica.
Under the cupola of the interior space, a large circular kitchen island made of Caesarstone White Attica is conveyed as an arena for performance and interaction, inviting visitors to discover and engage with the multiple functions of the island. A landscape of cylindrical pedestals, constructed from metal mesh and a monochromatic gradient of Caesarstone’s Metropolitan Collection - Cloudburst Concrete, Airy Concrete and Rugged Concrete - form an amphitheatre surrounding the island, further highlighting its centrality to a collective experience.
Unveiling 'Altered States'