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Ikebana Terminal Decorations

Following on from the success of the event in November last year, Ikebana will once again be on display in the passenger terminals, courtesy of the Sogetsu School of Flower Arrangement. Experience this traditional art of Japan with two dynamic displays towering approximately 4 meters into the air.

〜SOGETSU〜

In 1927, when everybody believed practicing ikebana meant following established forms, Sofu Teshigahara recognized ikebana as a creative art and founded the Sogetsu School. Anyone can enjoy Sogetsu Ikebana anytime, anywhere, using any material. You can place Sogetsu Ikebana at your door, in you living room or on your kitchen table. Sogetsu Ikebana enhances any hotel lobby or banquet room, shop windows and huge public spaces. It will suit any kind of space, Japanese or Western and enrich its atmosphere.

Terminal 2:Ikebana Decorations

Date

23 February to 8 March

Venues

Central area, 3rd floor
Central area, The basement

Event

Ikebana Decorations


Central area, The basement

Central area, 3rd floor

Terminal 1:Relief Decorations

Date

15 February to 8 March

Venues

Behind Island G, 4th floor, South Wing

Event

Relief Decorations


Behind Island G, 4th floor, South Wing

〜Relief〜

Relief is a type of sculpting technique where the pattern is raised against a plain background.
The Sogetsu School of Flower Arranging mainly uses flora (dead and colored) but other elements are also used such as paper, metal, acrylics and porcelain.  
Here, flora as well as paper is used most.
This paper work was named "Paper Mosaic" by Teshigahara Soufuu, the founder of the Sogetsu School of Flower Arranging.
We hope that the people of this subtly changing world will go away with some sort of impression