Spotlight on PAPER FLOWER by Misawa Haruka
Take an even closer look at the SUBTLE exhibition at Japan House London with a gallery talk by Japanese designer Misawa Haruka. One of the creators whose work is featured in the exhibition, Misawa discusses the inspiration and design process behind her beautiful and delicate piece ‘PAPER FLOWER’.
Meet in front of the welcome desk in the Lobby on the lower ground floor, 10 minutes before the talk begins.
About the designer:
Designer Misawa Haruka was born in Gunma, Japan, in 1982 and graduated from Musashino Art University's Department of Industrial, Interior and Craft Design in 2005. After working at the design office nendo, she joined the Hara Design Institute at Nippon Design Center in 2009. In July 2014, she founded the Misawa Design Institute, and is involved in design in many fields including graphics, products and space planning. Her major works include the VI and entrance sign for Kitte Marunouchi, the 'Paper Flower' and 'Paper Vehicles of Flight' exhibits at the 2014 Takeo Paper Show SUBTLE, and promotional materials for the 'UENO PLANET' program at Ueno Zoo.
See ‘PAPER FLOWER’ by Misawa Haruka in the exhibition SUBTLE: Delicate or Infinitesimal in the Gallery from 13 November – 24 December 2018.