Damien Koh has been a guest in over 30 European and Asian cities and was inducted into the American Institute of Floral Design (AIFD) in 1996 and the Professional Floral Communicators International (PFCI) in September 2005, being the first Chinese person to be inducted into this prestigious organisation. Koh is the owner of Fleur Connection – studio and training centre in Singapore and heads up the Pui Wa Floral Design School in Beijing. On top of that he is also a consultant for a number of floral designers and wholesalers in different countries. Through thorough practice and continuous acquisition of new knowledge, Damien Koh has reached a very high level of perfection. And he still strives for improvement, both on a technical and a purely artistic level. His highly innovative creations are not only evidence of technical mastery, but also of a remarkable talent for putting conceptual ideas into practice.
Damien Koh Monograph
What started for Damien Koh (SIN) as a hobby or a fun way to earn some money, quickly turned into a professional career. Today, Koh is an internationally acclaimed floral designer who is invited to many places in the world for lectures and demonstrations.
Geert Pattyn, one of the leading floral designers in Belgium, has a very natural and personal style. He has previously bundled floral creations in the bestsellers Floral Art Indoors and Twinkling Christmas. In his brand new monograph, we discover this captivating florist in his own natural environment. His home and garden are his source of inspiration, but also form the canvas for all his creations and presentations. As always: surprising, astonishing, enchanting and of the highest level, just like the photography of Bart Van Leuven. Images to dream away with.
As one of the youngest members of Japan’s long and fruitful tradition of floral artists, Naoki Sasaki manages to hold his own very well. In a short time, he made himself noticed, won several prestigious prizes and grew from a promising name to one of the most respected masters of both traditional and contemporary Japanese floral art.
Vanaf het moment dat de mens oesters kon proeven, was hij meteen verkocht. Al sinds de Oudheid maken de unieke biologie, de onvergetelijk smaak, de vermeende geneeskrachtige eigenschappen en haar erotisch geladen symboliek van de oester een enigmatische maar bijzonder gewaardeerde delicatesse.
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