When I was 17 years old, I saw mid-century modern design in a magazine, and it made me decide to be a designer in the future.After I started to work, I learned design technique from the products and onsites.
My source of inspiration comes from our daily lives.I try to be critical and think “Why” always. It is very important to find inconvenient and uncomfortable things in our lives so that I can come up with ideas about how to improve them.
Born in Japan in 1964. Worked at Togashi Desigh Studio from 1990 to 1999. Established my own design studio, Fujimura Design Studio in1999. An Interior Designer who creates a wide range of designs from space to products. Works, 2000~ WEDGWOOD interior design.2004~ De'Longhi interior design.2004,WASEDA HOUSE.2007~ LE CEUSET interior design.2008,Korean Barbeque Restaurant 'An-Kissho'2009,Bansho-ji Temple Ossuary Crystal Palace.2012,Bridal Jewelry Shop 'LUZIR'2015, "Ningyocho" house, Tokyo/Japan.2016~ BELSTAFF interior design.2017, Bansho-ji Temple 'HAKURYU-KAN'and many others.
I get inspiration for my design from insignificant occurrences in daily life. I think it is because I always have questioning , why? and I get a new idea. I feel exciting when I found the answer of these questions.
Before I work , I cook my breakfast and drink a cup of coffee and I refresh. When I have a time, I draw an image of furniture. The finest new design which I have not seen before was born. I am very excited about the time when the new design was born.
I praise an architect Louis I. Kahn.Especially I was deeply impressed with his words “ What is the beauty of Space?The space an architect create is not natural.The beauty of space is not only just beauty itself but also the meanings are necessary.The beauty of space is the meaning of the space and is filled with the meanings.”Every spaces have meanings .