Paper and caves aren’t typically synonymous. But there’s something seriously intriguing about this paper cave installation in Milan’s “Verger” restaurant-slash-kitchen. Dreamt up by Wendy Plomp and Edhv– this is so seemingly simple and colorful while whisking you away to another world.
There are varying shapes, sizes and colors all attached to the ceiling, walls and flooring of Verger to mimic the look of old limestone caves and the icicles that vary throughout the natural built wonders. At a glance, some of these images could be mistaken for anything from a Missoni print to a batch of freshly sharpened colored pencils. Either way, Wendy has us hooked on her innovation and ability to create something so sophisticated from the traditional party hat shape.