Jinqiu Li tries to look forward to the future of textile materials innovation possibilities, through the combination of materials, complementing each other. The initial design of the interior space has become more far-sighted extended to a more free living space. Moreover, the application has been expanded, but also promoted the field of textile boundaries, integration of cross-border and at the same time put a new energy to textile future.

The Zen imagery project built the space where oriental aesthetics are implied. It redefined the relationship between people and space by mixing boundaries between the natural environment and interior space. This offered a completely new space-related experience that was immersive and deeply emotional. Entering different VR projects while being placed inside or on top of built furniture transfers the viewer into an unseen environment full of surprises. Brought out emotion through a combination of symbolized design and Japanese aesthetics, challenge us how to define what "interior space" is in general.



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