No sunrise, no sunset pavilion. The steel reflects the surrounding nature between reality and illusion
No sunrise, no sunset pavilion. The steel reflects the surrounding nature between reality and illusion
No sunrise, no sunset pavilion. The steel reflects the surrounding nature between reality and illusion

Within No sunrise, no sunset, Yaisa is the symbol of love and waiting. She is waiting for someone she loves who has left her in order to look for the ultimate truth and make a promise that he will return to her when he finds it. Every day, she stands in the same spot waiting for him

Inspired by the Krabi caves, Wallasia's architects created a cave-like architecture where prehistoric human conditions are highlighted. In the cave is a sculpture of Yai Sa, an elderly lady waiting for her love who has left home to find the ultimate truth

No sunrise, no sunset pavilion. The steel reflects the surrounding nature between reality and illusion

The exterior was designed in prefabricated steel with a very minimal, yet contemporary style in order to blend in with the environment. The location chosen for the creation of this artwork is an isolated cliff, where people visiting can find a quiet space away from tourists. The artists emphasize how the project can be relocated to any location

No sunrise, no sunset pavilion. The steel reflects the surrounding nature between reality and illusion

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