/ The Spherical Sail
Inspired by the perfection of spherical shape, curiosity and desire to settle new lands, Spherical Sail artwork found its final destination in DCH.
It entails a 4 sail layout with the similar measurements of the Surreya V yacht composition to allow for seamless installation, constructed of the highest quality electropolished stainless steel and craftsmanship. The installation is made up of a steel line network, bound and intertwined with stainless steel spheres in 20, 25, 30 and 40 cm diameter. This stainless-steel netting will match the aluminum mast base structure beautifully.
The spheres are polished into mirror finish to reflect light rays in an eye – catching and mesmerizing way, reflecting the surrounding facades – colours of the sky and water during the day, and featuring a programmable light setup during the night to fit any mood and style.
The lighting system will facilitate spectacular light shows to befit any event or occasion.
The netting itself is an alluring element in this construction, creating a patterned arrangement from up close and at a distance, with its open network of lines in the shape and outline of sails.
Artist Martin Kot
Project The Spherical Sail
Client Emaar Properties
Location Dubai, UAE
/ Martin Kot
Studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Wroclaw, Poland at the Faculty of Industrial Design
and continued at Fanschawe College in London, Ontario, Canada. In his work, Martin likes to experiment with materials and forms. His projects combine art and technology, such as 3D print or lighting systems, in perfect proportions. Martin began his creative activity with visual design projects for the musicals of Andrew Lloyd Webber: Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and The Phantom of the Opera. He also created decorative projects for the Cadillac Fairview in such facilities as CF Don Mills, CF Masonville Place, CF Toronto Eaton Center and for Cineplex Odeon Cinemas or Royal Bank of Canada.