It’s beauty captures you in an instant. Surrounded by vast forms of stone, pattern and colour, you become encapsulated, discovering something new and exciting at every turn.
Textures tantalise your senses. Patterns promote inspiration. Colour captures your imagination.
Each Wat has it’s unique characteristics, enticing you to walk down every passageway, through every doorframe and over every brick.
Angkor Wat itself has endless rooms and passageways to discover and explore. It is said to be the world’s largest religious monument, and it doesn’t disappoint.
You can’t help but wonder about where the different inspirations and influences came from during the building of Angkor Wat. Colours and patterns and styles are linked to a variety of Asian countries.
All images Gemma Lofthouse ©
I am a textile print designer/maker, with a strong passion for striking prints. textiles, design, colour, texture, interiors, fashion, travel & different cultures.