Mingzhi’s creativity allows him to combine both zen aesthetics and the element of surprise together, creating great looking visuals in the process.
Wang Mingzhi, male, associate professor, has worked for 12 years, specializing in the integration of East Asian traditional aesthetics and modern design
Because of personal interests.
Registered in 2012 to establish a personal studio, we mainly aim at the private housing market, with pure design businesses being accounted higher.
graphic Rubik's cube game that can realize its own creativity and customers' wishes.
Favorite masters are Kuma Yengo and BAWA, because they can well reflect the integration of local culture and modernity.
There is a designer's personal aesthetic logic, modern design, and at the same time can meet the main functional needs of the owner.
A modern style design that combines Zen aesthetics and the element of surprise.
The first step is to communicate deeply with the owner to understand the owner's residential population, use demand, aesthetic tendency, and sign the design contract.
The second step is to investigate the site, analyze the advantages and disadvantages of the site, and devise an improvement plan.
The third step is to design the plane layout drawing, and communicate with the owner to confirm.
The fourth step is to design the scheme through sketches and make effect drawings.
The fifth step is to draw construction drawings; finally, to cooperate with the on-site construction follow-up.
It has a great influence. Chinese traditional aesthetics has a tradition of attaching importance to freehand brushwork and a very characteristic abstract aesthetics.
We hope this increases the exposure of our firm.
Convince the owner to believe me, promote the design plan to the ground, and overcome the interlude in the construction process.
If there is exposure, it will gradually attract actual clients.
Design the plan, get the reward, and the plan can be presented perfectly.
Traditionally, Chinese aesthetics attaches importance to the spirit of freehand brushwork, which is very modern, but the Chinese market does not respect creative labor, and the work of most designers will find it difficult to be fully respected by the market.
It will get better and better, and the market will recognize intelligent labor more and more as well.
Try to improve yourself and be patient.
Experience sharing and exchange.
Communicate with designers, design websites and travel. You can gain the experience of others and avoid detours.
Hobbies drive me to spend a lot of time studying and improving myself.
Meiji Space Design is an award-winning interior design studio based in China.