created in 2018
Of all the ways sediments form over eons of time the process of water dripping onto cave floors is the most exquisite.
Whilst the name of Guilin, a city in China, means ‘forest of Sweet Osmanthus’, it is to the unique formation and beauty of the interconnected caves and underground rivers created over 70
million years ago, and found in this area to which we allude.
Beautiful vertical stalagmite and stalactite formations of huge
proportions can be found in the caves.
The pattern, with its relatively muted colours, reflects the play of light on vertical shapes, and provides an opportunity to colour code
different areas while keeping the same language.
This design is part of the GEO collection.