The Ginza triptych exemplifies exquisite craftmanship with refined sensibility and taste. Constructed for a site overlooking the hotel reception room, its new levels of inventiveness convey sophisticated aesthetic concepts. I created the three images, and the Jacquard was printed at a European textile mill.
My prints are on display in 94 guestrooms in this new hotel in the Kyobashi district of Tokyo. This is my first hotel project in Tokyo.
I call my recent work “tea ceremony screen.” These are smaller folding screens made of double-layered silk organza or habotai. They’re light weight and quite unique. Organza screens are airy, semi transparent, and have a moiré effect. As for the habotai screens, each screen has different texture-like pattern printed on its back side. Perfect for Japanese tea ceremony room, or can be used as wall art for super modern interior design. “Blue falls”, pigment print on double layered silk organza, Tea ceremony screen, 130 cm x 92 cm
This new Hilton Okinawa Chatan Resort opened July 2014. Located in Mihama, young and resilient seaside section of Chatan town, Okinawa. I was commissioned to create two large prints for the lobby and six smaller artworks for the spa rooms.