This book was pub­lished in 2018 and fea­tures 60 breath­tak­ing flo­ral art­works, cre­at­ed by 14 accom­plished Asian design­ers, is orga­nized by the tac­tile inspi­ra­tions of wood, fab­ric, paper and metal.

Promi­nent­ly fea­tured are com­po­si­tions by the three lead design­ers – Greg Lum, AIFD, EMC; Jeanne Ha, AIFD; and Lily Chan, AIFD, EMC – which range from sim­ple lin­ear designs to large, dra­mat­ic and com­plex con­tem­po­rary displays.

Pink floral wreath by Jeanne Ha AIFD

Pink flo­ral “wreath” by Jeanne Ha AIFD

Here is a small tid­bit about one of these fea­tured artists from the book:

Jeanne Ha, AIFD

Based in the Wash­ing­ton, D.C. metro area, Park Florist is one of the old­est florists in the Wash­ing­ton, DC Metro area, locat­ed in Old Town Tako­ma Park since 1935. Own­ers Jeanne and Den­nis Ha are car­ry­ing on its lega­cy every day with their enthu­si­asm and com­mit­ment. From her Face­book page about the book: “Jean­ne’s new book “Asian Allure” will show­case her flo­ral designs inspired by her Kore­an her­itage as well as her Asian groove. ”

Jeanne Ha with carp windsocks

Jeanne Ha, AIFD with flo­ral cov­ered Koino­bori (鯉のぼり), mean­ing “carp stream­er” in Japan­ese, are carp-shaped wind­socks tra­di­tion­al­ly flown in Japan to cel­e­brate a nation­al hol­i­day: Chil­dren’s Day (Kodomo no Hi, 子供の日).

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