Mori, which literally means "forest" in Japanese, is a project of wood and light. The wide hall becomes a forest with more than 1,800 suspended ash listels that reminds the irregular shapes of the trees in a wood.
The vertical lines are the key elements of the project. The dark background suggests a wider space thanks to the golden mirrors.
The abstraction of the geometry of Nature characterizes each design element. The light reflects and multiplies on the golden surfaces of the tables and the ceiling.