Yasumichi Morita

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Yasumichi Morita

Yasumichi Morita


Meet Yasumichi Morita - a powerhouse of good design, creativity and innovation based in Japan. Yasumichi Morita's design journey has been nothing short of spectacular, marked by a tireless pursuit of excellence. This dedication is clearly mirrored in Yasumichi Morita's impressive haul of 7 A' Design Awards that we showcase here. Spanning across categories such as Lighting, Interior, Luxury and Photography, Yasumichi Morita's work stands as a living testament to a steadfast commitment to design excellence, serving as a beacon of inspiration for designers globally. With each project, Yasumichi Morita masterfully blends form and function, crafting designs that are not only aesthetically pleasing but also functional and timeless. This approach underscores Yasumichi Morita's celebration of creativity and an unyielding quest for innovation.

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Baccarat 250th anniversary chandelier Lighting by Yasumichi Morita
Baccarat 250th anniversary chandelier Lighting
Baccarat 250th anniversary chandelier Lighting
Baccarat has been collaborating with various creators who lead generations and always seeking new creativities to produce innovative artworks. They unveiled their very first chandelier in 1827 in France and in 2014 they tried to produce the new chandelier to celebrate their 250th anniversary. GLAMOROUS co.,ltd. is so honored as to design the chandelier and has expanded the design possibility of Baccarat chandeliers under the concept of “Session of Sparkle” reflecting the combination of different materials; crystals and mirrors.
Baccarat 250th anniversary chandelier
The Hiramatsu Hotels and Resorts Atami Holiday accommodation by Yasumichi Morita
The Hiramatsu Hotels and Resorts Atami Holiday accommodation
The Hiramatsu Hotels and Resorts Atami Holiday accommodation
This building was built by a master of constructing Japanese traditional houses and tea-rooms. He completed this in his original way and what he achieved should be preserved to respect his philosophy so such parts has been kept as much as possible. Stylish elements were arranged to match Japanese four seasons to fuse Japanese and Western designs: Gray stone and granite for bathtubs and washbasins are used and natural stones are used where the skin touch directly.
The Hiramatsu Hotels and Resorts Atami
Randen Arashiyama Station Railway station by Yasumichi Morita
Randen Arashiyama Station Railway station
Randen Arashiyama Station Railway station
Randen Arashiyama Station is located in central of Arashiyama and in opposite of Tenryuji-temple. The elegant lighting forest has been created in the platform with approx. 600 poles rapped with Kyoto Yuzen kimono fabrics. This station is hoped to be a special place for various people and give them a dramatic moment, so it was designed wishing it would bring happiness and give an ever-fresh image to everyone along with beautiful Kyoto sceneries.
Randen Arashiyama Station
Life is Flower porcelain artwork by Yasumichi Morita
Life is Flower porcelain artwork
Life is Flower porcelain artwork
Life is Flower is an artistic exercise conceived by the Japanese designer Yasumichi Morita for Lladró. It displays its beauty thanks to the techniques and skills of a Lladró creation with a variety of porcelain flowers. This blossoming speaks of a “future” of dreams and hopes, and spreads its message of “happiness of life” to people all around the world. With over 500 flowers in different tones of blue and handmade petal by petal by artists at Lladró, Life is Flower is a limited edition of 100 pieces in this decoration.
Life is Flower
Porcelain Nude Photographs by Yasumichi Morita
Porcelain Nude Photographs
Porcelain Nude Photographs
Yasumichi Morita's first photo exhibition was held in Paris. Themed on the concept of “Porcelain Nude”, not only photographs but also artworks collaborated with a French porcelain Bernardaud, original tables and chairs were exhibited. 21 photographs were finished in an atelie in France. All works were shot with Leica M9-P and Leica Macro-Elmar M F4/90mm.
Porcelain Nude
1967 Bar lounge by Yasumichi Morita
1967 Bar lounge
1967 Bar lounge
The lounge cafe "1967" opened at the foot of the Imoarai slope across from Roppongi Hills. 1967 was named after 3 guys who worked for this project and were all born in 1967. One is the producer, one is the director and the last one is the interior designer. 1967 is a stylish lounge where guests will feel relaxed as if visiting a fashionable friend’s salon with a large garden lounge. Surrounded by green plants, guests will forget they are in Roppongi, one of the busiest streets in Tokyo.
TOKIMEITE Restaurant by Yasumichi Morita
TOKIMEITE Restaurant
TOKIMEITE Restaurant
Tokimeite brings Japanese dining to the heart of London’s Mayfair. Tokimeitē comprises three dining spaces, each featuring a distinctive design motif that imbues the interior with its own unique ambience: En (flame), Mizu (water) and Moku (wood). The bar provides a meeting place for diners as well as being a destination in its own right.

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