A Piece Of Memory
"There are many precious moment resemblance as a historical relic in our life, which I cannot name or constitute any significant meaning to them. However, they linger in my heart." Although small and insignificant to others, I hope to give ritual to life. Then every little thing instantly has its meaning. These trivialities and fragments can become Yoshimitsu Kataba in the owner's life.
Design Director: Angelo Cho
Project Director: Nomas Chen
Project Team: Amy Chen
Photographer: Angelo Cho
Passing around is the traditional sun-patterned round table. It is neatly gathered with two lines as if its roundness and smoothness are just an illusion. When you are still confused and just about to sort out your thoughts, the wire lamp basket hanging above your head once again provokes this sense of contrast. However, ancient totems, neat shapes, modern materials, and weaving methods collide with the convention at the same frequency. Therefore, we choose to dialogue with rebellious language and space.
You can vaguely feel the simple atmosphere is oriental, like Zen style, and a little Japanese vocabulary. The wardrobe door piece and hardware handle are all connected by traditional technology. That makes everything meaningfu instead of just a suface. Moreover, the details deep down to the bones, all against the wall painted with stone powder. The gleaming luster of the mineral crystals was so smooth and soft.
“Beauty pervades the space; beauty fills the atmosphere. It was like seeing precious moment resembalnce as a historical relic, which touched mood in an upsurge.”