This Lattice Structure by Paritzki & Liani Replicates the Sky

By: Misel Saban - May 15, 2016
References: paritzki-liani & dezeen
Paritzki & Liani Architects the design team behind this cloud-inspired office ceiling located in the PRS offices in Israel. The design subtly brings the outdoors inside with a curved lattice structure made from white meshed material, that replicates the floating and silken quality of clouds in the sky. The whimsical structure is self-reflexive with a design that makes use of the brand's own Geocell product.

The 'Sky Ceiling' is the name of the structural piece that wraps the top of the of the PRS office space. The piece is one continual unit with parts that dip lower and curve, replicating the pillowy shape of the clouds. The lattice is engineered out of PRS's Geocell material that is a plastic webbing component that can be utilized in a multitude of architectural projects.