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haoshi, let good things happen

Design | April 19, 2017 |

haoshi_let good things happenImage courtesy of haoshi design, Migrantbird X CLOCK

haoshi, let good things happen

 

haoshi is a Taiwan home and living décor design company established in 2009, named
by the Chinese pronunciation “good thing“.

 

haoshi_let good things happen
Image courtesy of haoshi design, Goldfish X CLOCK

 

In our daily life, the emotions are often affected by the trifles, and it is easy to ignore some “good things” around us, which can bring us joyfulness and satisfaction. So we add a kind of purity and peace into haoshi’s design concept. By using concrete exquisite technical art to present the abstract life concept, haoshi‘s life philosophy can present completely and perfectly through products.

 

haoshi_let good things happenImage courtesy of haoshi design, Cuckoo X CLOCK – Tree

 

haoshi see every single thing from different angle of view, and concentrate on everything from this busy world. We believe that life is full of happiness and interesting things. Always here, haoshi discover every “good thing” in our lives, create new story through time.

 

haoshi_let good things happenImage courtesy of haoshi design, Sparrow X CLOCK

 

haoshi‘s collections present different ways of living, we observe animals natural behavior and create it to a luxury home decoration. All detail on the product is full of master carver works. Let the simple and exquisite detail give you a peace of mind, let good things happen!

 

more. www.haoshi.com.tw | info@haoshi.com.tw

 

haoshi_let good things happenImage courtesy of haoshi design

 

haoshi_let good things happenImage courtesy of haoshi design, Animal X PAPERWEIGHT

 

haoshi_let good things happenImage courtesy of haoshi design, Animal X CANDLE

 

haoshi_let good things happenImage courtesy of haoshi design

 

 haoshi_let good things happenImage courtesy of haoshi design

 

haoshi_let good things happenImage courtesy of haoshi design

 

haoshi_let good things happenImage courtesy of haoshi design

 

haoshi_let good things happenImage courtesy of haoshi design

 

haoshi_let good things happenImage courtesy of haoshi design

 

haoshi_let good things happenImage courtesy of haoshi design

 

haoshi_let good things happenImage courtesy of haoshi design

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