"Moonlit Garden Wuxi"
Designer(s): PRISM DESIGN, China
Category: Interior Design, Professional
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Wuxi place cultural materials of industry such as cloth, iron,bamboo, also Taihu Lake stone.
We tried to make full use of the characteristics of each piece of land,and bring value of an aesthetic sense of Japanese.
We also plan to connecting each elements,
then it is creating a architectural bond, to be a memorable interactive exhibit space for user.
By this we show a concept of Moonlit and Garden in modern Chinese style.it has also become a facility name.
About the Designer/Company
PRISM DESIGN is an international architecture and design studio whose partners have worked for many years in architectural design in various disciplines. These areas of expertise range from interior design, product design, and exhibition design (commercial spaces, hospitality, residential, health and wellness bars, restaurants, retail and office design), to art direction and design consulting for companies operating in the furniture and fashion industries. Our team is composed of a group of creative people from different backgrounds, working together in an ongoing cultural exchange. All work carried out by the Studio is characterized by a strong design identity, the result of assiduous research and creativity. This identity is found throughout all of our work and allows for innovative design and the extension of the parameters of architecture and design.
Located in the historic centre of SHANGHAI_CHINA, the studio was founded in 2009 by TOMOHIRO KATSUKI. While the headquarters are still in SHANGHAI, the studio has expanded to include international operations and now has offices in BEIJING_CHINA (2011) and TOKYO_JAPAN (2011) .
The creative process is akin to a journey, undertaken in close collaboration with the client, creating a strong interaction between people, objects and space. These goals are achieved in agreement with each other and can bring unforeseen results, finding a balance between rational functionality and the emotional realm. Our work obtains its inspiration from continuous research and through multiple artistic influences. Each new project is a source for constant growth and evolution.