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<updates> Sogetsu Ikebana by Hedy Leung at Vitrahaus on 2 April

Updated: Apr 1, 2023


UPDATES:

Sogetsu Ikebana Demonstration by Hedy Leung

with vessels by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec and Laura Sattin

Sunday, 2 April 2023, 3.30pm

Vitrahaus, Vitra Design Museum

Charles-Eames-Strasse, Weil am Rhein

Free entrance



Please note that due to unpredictable weather conditions, the ikebana event venue is moved from Tadao Ando's Conference Pavilion to Vitrahaus.



The flowering of cherry blossoms makes early spring one of the most beautiful times on the Vitra Campus. The cherry trees around the Conference Pavilion by Tadao Ando are an integral part of the Japanese architect’s building concept, highlighting their significance in traditional Japanese culture.


No registration is necessary. However, we do reserve the right to cancel the event in the case of bad weather. Up-to-date information can be found on our social media channels or in the ‘News’ section of the Vitra Campus app. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us by sending an email to campus@vitra.com or calling +497621702-3510.


Eine Anmeldung ist nicht erforderlich. Wir behalten uns jedoch vor, die Veranstaltung bei schlechtem Wetter abzusagen. Bitte besuchen Sie für aktuelle Informationen unsere Social-Media-Kanäle oder die News auf der Vitra Campus App.

Bei Fragen können Sie uns gerne kontaktieren, per E-Mail an campus@vitra.com oder telefonisch unter +497621702-3510.


Photo: Dejan Jovanovic, Vitra Design Museum




Click here to learn more about Ikebana International Basel Chapter

 
 

Ikebana gives life to the present moment. Every moment counts, not one moment repeats itself. Ikebana is an encounter between humans and plants. Flowers and stems are given a new life when they are arranged in a vessel or a space. Ikebana allows flowers and vessels, which exist on their own, to become one. A different harmonious beauty is created. Ikebana is a tactile art. Enjoying visual movement through our hands, it allows us unique opportunities to experience the flower, the vessel and space. In the practice of Ikebana, we will explore the flower’s rhythm flows in our imaginations and the inspiring energy between the organic vessels and the plant arrangements.


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