Designing to Win Gallery - Glass & Grass
Some of the Learnings Gained and Applied
- Elevating the role of the glass in the interpretation has created a composition that feels more complete/finished.
- The distribution of material is more effective than submission #1, and the overall rhythm is effective with the eye taken relatively easily around the design.
- The use of the tatami-ed sticks in the bottom helps create an area of interest without the need for a flower (like submission #1) and it make the presence of the vase/glass more felt.
- A stronger area of interest/stronger form
- The composition has more presence than submission #1 – it feels more decisive and more impactful.
About the Designer
I love stretching my floral design skills by adding to my knowledge to create new floral pieces. Learning from other experienced designers helps me grow in my work.
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