KHAO MOR was a tradition of making Miniature Mountain reside Gods first found the record since 16th century from Ayuthaya period. KHAO-Mountain and MOR-Stone is an art practice in the palace, monastery and noble house to serve different purpose.
KHAO MOR can represent a sacred mountain in Buddhist or Hindu. It is also used as a miniature garden. The landscape and garden practice was unpopular in Siam due to the seasonal flood therefore KHAO MOR became a solution for the natural lover to build the landscape above the ground.
SUMERU is a new facet of ancient KHAO MOR when the mountain stone take a modern shape. Flowerpots for a household or for a room above the city
24 X 28 X H65 cm