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2024-06-14
感謝您這些年的付出! 2024榮退推薦選品,選對退休禮物不踩雷

最近,科技業許多大老非常活躍,能夠幸運瞥見在夜市大啖美食的皮衣男,一時間似乎成了潮流。 職場上不乏值得後生晚輩學習的職場老將,但如果談到「送禮」這些事,什麼樣的禮物能讓他們留下深刻又美好的記憶呢?   在台北電腦展裡,當輝達執行長黃仁勳,手裡拿著廠商致贈的琉璃龍, 小編看到了答案——一件小小的琉璃作品,能夠承載這麼多光線和色彩,把敬意和心意,全都妥當地包容在晶瑩的藝術品中。 我想,大概沒有任何禮物能夠像琉璃一樣,完美地平衡「視覺上的輕盈」與「心意的份量感」了。   也因為琉璃是一個那麼精緻的材質,它十分適合作為退休場合的贈禮。 退休就像畢業一樣,從一個階段邁向人生的下一個階段,固然可喜可賀,卻也免不了不捨之情,畢竟在職場投注數十年時間與心血,離別的心情總是複雜。 這麼多心思與情緒,就讓琉璃的色彩為對方留下最美好的紀念!   以企業贈禮來說,第一個讓小編想到的,是「葫蘆」造型的作品。 葫蘆是一個很奇妙的物件,不管從甚麼角度看都是圓潤的,好像永遠塞滿水分和營養,不難想像為甚麼古人會將它和「福氣」與「好運」聯想在一塊。 小編覺得葫蘆能夠飽滿,一定也要有人辛勤地灌溉土地,最後才能有美好的成果, 作為禮物,它傳達了對收禮者的感謝,為他們曾經為公司付出的努力與辛勞獻上最高敬意。   自然世界中,除了葫蘆以外,其實到處都是送禮的靈感。 不論是西方的浪漫花語,或是東方的「梅蘭竹菊」四君子,每株植物就像人一樣有自己的氣質,讓它們成為你的代言人,多了詩意也多了美。 小編私心喜歡以「桃子」和「松柏」作為贈禮的主題,因為除了有「健康」、「長壽」的寓意之外,它們的造型都相當適合放在居家空間中。 建議可以把作品放在有光線的地方,琉璃透出的生命力總是帶給我許多驚喜感。 工房的作品時常在國際盛會中出現,也時常作為企業間的贈品, 因為我們深信,這些禮物不只是物品,它更像是一種「語言」,用琉璃傳遞敬意與心意,是我們的使命與熱情。   如果希望贈送比較實用的禮物,小編會選擇一套精緻的酒杯和茶壺作為退休禮品。 「餐具」不僅是實用的日常用品,更是營造生活情調不可或缺的物件, 畢竟每天都會用餐,「儀式感」就是在這樣每天的細節累積中,慢慢心領神會。 雅致的餐具可能不像其他禮物一樣搶眼張揚,但是它反而是一份最扎實的祝福, 彷彿一個溫馨的提醒,告訴收禮者:「恭喜你可以放慢腳步,好好享受生活啦!」     最後,小編想誠摯祝福所有即將退休的職場老將,在未來的日子中,每天都活得充實又精采。 如果對其他作品有興趣,歡迎到官網逛逛,希望您能找到最合適的禮物!  

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2024-05-17
One Thought, One Universe--Sustainable Energy Sparkles

Robot- The Brightness of Energy Materials: Liuli, ash wood Dimensions: Diameter 38cm, Height 53cm   This robot embodies the childlike innocence that the artist hopes we can all retain.   The table utilizes a myriad of tints and residual liuli blocks to form a robot. Each block contains a distinct color pattern. Intricate details are added using cold work practices to enhance the handmade texture and exude a sense of childlike wonder. The character "亮" (liàng), meaning bright, is gleaned from the shape of the robot, which literally resembles the character itself. It brims with a warm-hearted radiance that accompanies viewers through each day. Make every day shine! In Loretta Yang’s heart of hearts, it is not only a table, but also a robot whose function is to bring you joy. Sustainable Energy Sparkles Upcycling previously cast liuli to make coffee tables was our first experiment. Liuligongfang’s sustainable expectations span not only to reuse what was formerly styled as “waste liuli”, but also to develop a new green design process for investment casting through this series. It aims to calculate the carbon reduction benefits obtained from green design works. Based on this, it will provide reference data for wider applications of materials in the future. The expectations of LIULI’s sustainability action plan go beyond simply reusing liuli that was formerly styled as “waste”. We aspire to develop a new eco-friendly process for wax casting with this series as a blueprint. Using this as a foundation, we aim to calculate the carbon reduction benefits obtained from green design works as a reference data for broader future material applications. Circular economy expert REnato Lab, quantifies the emissions from the twelve steps of the LIULI’s lost-wax casting process, using carbon as the benchmark. The assessment focuses on two stages: “raw material acquisition” and “product manufacturing”. They calculate the environmental benefits generated after implementing green processes. 1) “Sprues” and other gating residuals replace fresh liuli as the raw material when upcycling 2) Manufacturing optimization and reduction of steps   The project is divided into two points: raw supplies and energy resource usage. Utilizing recycled sprues as the raw material gave us on average an emission coefficient of zero. Energy resource usage includes electricity, water, and diesel consumption.   Differences before and after implementing the plan The green design production process eliminated or reduced the time needed for 8 steps: Mold Making & Casting Process: Reduction of 3 Steps Using 3D printing to replicate silicone molds instead of wax molds reduces the use of wax and diesel fuel as raw supplies, and removes three steps: wax pouring, wax refining, and steam dewaxing. This elimination also reduces electricity and water consumption. Not Generating New Crystal Glass Tailings: Reduction of 1 Step. Precisely calculating the weight of the glass material and the flow of casting pressure, striving to complete the tabletop close to finished quality, without generating new casting materials, thereby reducing the process of cutting casting materials. Cold Work: Reduction of 4 Steps Experimental correction of the temperature control sequence obtained ensures that the glass tabletop after casting is flat, allowing the elimination of the grinding stages of coarse, medium, and fine iron with different coefficients, and reducing the time-consuming fine finishing in the polishing process. *The total carbon emissions of all differences are the carbon reduction benefits of "per kilogram of glass product. *Emission coefficient: The amount of greenhouse gas emissions relative to the amount of energy or fuel used per unit.

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2024-05-17
One Thought, One Universe--Earth

This is the beginning of a story: The pen poised, the ink ready, Reveries Have long taken flight.   Like wind brushing over the land, It ponders entire galaxies within solitary petals, Interpreting Mount Sumeru* from a lone mustard seed.   In retrospect, A new world has already unfolded.   *Mount Sumeru is the Buddhist equivalent of Yggdrasil, the tree of life. In Buddhist cosmology, it is considered the center of the universe and is believed to be the axis around which the world revolves. It is often depicted as a colossal mountain with multiple tiers or levels, surrounded by various continents, oceans, and celestial realms. Earth- Listen to the Song of the Earth Material: Liuli, ash wood Dimensions: Diameter 35cm, Height 52cm   Inspired by our planet, we worked from the Earth's core and moved gradually upward, constructing levels such as the crust, soil, vegetation, clouds, and finally its image as seen from space. As the light alters throughout the day, the landscapes transform with it.   From a bird's-eye view, we can only see the subtle shifts in color. The tunnel inside the table is like an ‘antipode’ that penetrates the entirety of Earth. An antipode is a point on the opposite side of the globe. If you were to draw a line through the center of the Earth from one location and out the other side, you would reach its antipode. From here, we could emerge in Paris, as told by a fellow artist to Loretta Yang.   This passage invites us to step out of our own limitations, acquire a broad and expansive heart to better savor the sounds from the farthest reaches of the world. Listen thoughtfully to the love of the world; the song of the Earth.   The artwork is made of solid cast liuli weighing 76 kilograms, allowing the pigments to intertwine and blend freely.

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2024-05-17
One Thought, One Universe--Interstellar Adventure

Interstellar Adventure Loretta Yang seeks to create a dynamic and magical world, exploring the abundant possibilities of using liuli residue in sculpture, and inviting the audience to feel the texture and shapes of the materials.   There exist many species of giant creatures, coming in all forms and sizes, some from the real-world and some childhood dreams and fantasies. Yet, no matter their shape, they all exude joy. Among them, two particularly eye-catching figures stand out: two miniature beings wearing transparent hoods, seemingly human-like. One wields a sword and shield, while the other strikes a pose as if ascending, conveying a sense of vigilance and adventure, as if eager to defy gravity and enter this realm.   The contrast in size between the tiny figures and the gigantic creatures may hint at humanity's fear, challenges, and learning when facing the vast unknown. The concept of "otherness" often arises from our own self-centered view of the world. On our planet, all existence is essentially composed of the same material, and the boundaries between lives have always been blurry and inseparable. Yang says, "I'm already 73 years old. I’ve earned the right to break away from people's expectations of my artistic style." Residual liuli, such as sprues which have previously been labeled as waste, seem to be her recent material of choice, leading to an innovative, whimsical, and humorous exploration.

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