At the second day the designers have to make two assignments. The first is a table arrangement, named 'Green Tea for Two'. On a round table they have to create their masterpiece in two hours time, taking into account that the maximum height is two meters. The second preliminary event is a bridal bouquet with no size restrictions, but obviously the 'Oriental Pearl Bride' must still be able to carry the designers creation.
Assignment 3 - Green Tea for Two
Please give us your vision on the theme "Green Tea for Two" in your table setting.
My vision on the theme is to show “a time transition” by colour differences.
Who would you like to invite for a cup of tea at your table setting? And why?
I would like to invite friends that I respect so we can have discussions on affairs that we have been sharing in common for long.
What level of standards should products used in table settings meet? Which choices have you made?
Oriental taste table should meet to my design and I use lotus leaves as a motif.
Other remarks you would like to make?
Iron made basement-work is one of the specific emphasis lay on my design.
Assignment 4 - Oriental Pearl
I laid emphasis on the esthetic beauty of each single petal, not the magnificence of flowers piece by piece.
The technique i used was framework so as to feature the form of design. The main product used was Japanese craft paper "WASHI".
A characteristic for bouquet is to place on palm, not to grip by hands.