Art direction and wall paper installation.
The facade consists of three layers：a wall surface with wrinkled Japanese traditional paper “washi” , a three-dimensional object made of “washi” that floats in the air and an art.
Panasonic’s LED technology projects shadows on “washi”, creating a facade that looks different during the day and night.
Inheriting the skills of the founder, who was involved in the restoration of many cultural properties at the National Treasure Restoration Center in the Kyoto National Museum, he has been renewing and restoring hanging scrolls, frames, folding screens, impulse stands, scrolls, etc.
With the theme of “Traditional Materials for paper-hanging x Art”, he aims to create a new style of Japanese decoration by searching for the best way to match the modern architectural style.