The concept of this art piece came from the famous rocks “Hin Ta – Hin Yai” (Grandpa and Grandma rocks) on Samui Island. The legend of an old couple, they decided to travel by boat to ask for the hand of a daughter-in-law in marriage for their son. But their boat was caught in a storm. But the dowry they prepared was swept away by the waves. Grandpa and grandma were blown to Lamai beach. The couple was very sad that they couldn’t go reach their destination, and that all the dowry was swept away by wind and water. They were afraid that the girl would misunderstand them as a person who can not keep their promise, the couple committed suicide at Lamai beach causing Hin Ta – Hin Yai (Grandpa and Grandma rocks) from a strong desire to express the love and commitment. The great expression of the love is displayed in the form of floating coconut shells with silver and gold inlays to represent the dowry that floated away during the storm, Kala’s stencils are interpreted from carving of Thai ancient house at Lamai, the light of candle makes them stand out as the wind blows the gold and coins, representing love and promise through the monsoons shown by bright lights in the lobby, eventually into the hand of the person who owns it.