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Yi Xuan Lee Has Been Awarded with the Famed Golden A’ Design Award

Yi Xuan Lee Has Been Awarded with the Famed Golden A' Design Award

A’ Design Award and Competition is pleased to announce that the design Anemone by Yi Xuan Lee became winner of the famous Golden A’ Design Award in Furniture, Decorative Items and Homeware Design Competition Category

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Yi Xuan Lee, the creator of the award winning furniture design Anemone says “In this project, what I mainly focus on is the visual tension. What I want to do is think outside the box of a sofa, and made a strong visual impact by combining two very contrast things, the shape of traditional sofa and the pompous figure of anemone.Under the sea, the anemone is the protector of the fish, but when we enlarged the scale it let people felt afraid and have the meaning of defense. The characteristic of the PU tube made a contrast between the feeling you sitting on it and the visual impression. The couch coat the user gently and softly just like the anemone protect the fish.”

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A’ Furniture Design Award aims to highlight the excellent qualifications of best furniture designs and greatest furniture design concepts worldwide. The A’ Design Accolades are organized and awarded annually and internationally in multiple categories to reach a wide, design-oriented audience. The ultimate aim of the A’ furniture Design Competition is to create a global awareness for good design. To learn more about the A’ Design Competition visit: whatisadesignaward.com

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