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25 May to 23 June

Perception of space is marked by architectural elements which compose our surroundings, and the recognition of that space is linked to the scale of human physiology.

The work of MAQUETTE 1:1=1, a series consists of brooches/objects, is inspired by architectural ornaments. Each piece is carved out of beech wood and finished with Japanese Urushi lacquer in high gloss, paying an Homage to the oldest surface treatment used for temples and shrines in ancient Japan.

The design of the brooches/objects evolved from three elements: cross sections of base board, chair or handrails and crown mouldings. These components define and frame a space conceptually, connecting floor to wall and wall to ceiling or handrail that escort human movement in space. The profiles are designed and arranged; some have been taken from existing examples, all true to architectural scale, therefore the title MAQUETTE 1:1.

Fumiko, as an architect, has been involved in numerous projects, from public and private buildings, to landscape architecture, interior and furniture design.


Organized by: Hannah Gallery by Klimt02

Date and time: May 25th to June 23rd Monday to Friday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Registration: reservation by writing to

KLIMT02 / Riera Sant Miquel, 26
KLIMT02 / Riera Sant Miquel, 26