2023 New York Art Directors Club Annual Awards / Merit
2023 Communication Arts Annual Competition Typography / Award of Excellence
In the “Preface to Shuowen Jiezi (Explaining Glyph and Analyzing Compound Characters) written by Xu Shen of the East Han Dynasty, Chinese characters were made from the observations of people in ancient times. Observing the phenomena of mountains, rivers, the sun and moon, and the vivid movements of fowls and animals, they were enlightened with the meanings of communication and transmission.
Sun LOHAS – Cultivate in Summertime 晴耕
Classic Chinese architectural elements of upturned eaves, dark tiles, window lattices, and horse-head walls are integrated with the multi-layered structures composed of blazing sun, blissful clouds, and multi-grains, exhibiting the wonderful symbolism of lasting sunny days and ample harvest of multi-grains amidst the carefree state of life.
Rain LOHAS – Read on Rainy Days 雨讀
Classic Chinese architectural elements of upturned eaves, dark tiles, window lattices, and horse-head walls are integrated with the multi-layered structures composed of multi-layered structures of rainwater, Ruyi scepters, and books are also incorporated to display the leisurely and elegant taste of reading by the windows while listening to rain.