Firm Follows Feeling

“Form follows feeling—a collective or cultural feeling,” answers Wannaporn ‘Pui’ Phornprapha, founder and managing director of P Landscape, when asked for her opinion on the statement, ‘Form follows feeling.’ “We come from a culture where function often follows form, and form follows spiritual functions,” she explains.

Phornprapha enjoys using nature as a medium for creating experiences. Her work concentrates on contemporary landscape architecture that reconciles art, ecology, and cultural heritage to maintain and enhance the built environment.

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