日本设计师广村正彰(Masaaki Hiromura)为东京一家餐厅所做的字体设计,“思考信息是如何被传达比如何去传达信息更为重要,对于设计师而言,最重要的事情并非表达,而是去找出事物的本质。我始终在思考信息和人之间的关系。我认为,最理想的标识系统是就是不需要任何标识,我希望它可以直达对方的脑海”,广村正彰说。

广村正彰1954年出生,1977年从武藏野美术大学毕业后,在田中一光(Tanaka Ikko)的设计工作室工作了10年之久。在1998年,他创办了自己的设计工作室,最为人熟知作品应当是京都9小时胶囊旅馆的标识系统设计。

“I always think about ‘how information is conveyed’ rather than ‘how to convey information’. The most important thing to achieve is not expression but to find out essence. I want to continue thinking about the relationship between information and people. The ideal signage system is the one which doesn’t need any signs, I wish it could access one’s brain directly”, Masaaki Hiromura said.

Masaaki Hiromura was born in the aichi prefecture, japan in 1954. After graduating from  musashino art university in 1977 he began working for Tanaka Ikko design office in tokyo. With ten years of work experience under his belt he decided to open his own studio.

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