By viewing Wong Pan Yuk’s previous practices involving hand built ceramics, jewellery, graphic design and wearable design. The fascination with the beauty of natural objects can be observed. She holds a strong belief that the relationship between human and nature is inseparable. The themes range from organic food, forestry, rural life, Hong Kong culture, living around nature, floral design and food nutrition. Most of her works are related to natural objects, especially her design symbolises the status of protecting nature itself. Moreover, most of the works involves graphic design. However, she believes the 2D graphic cannot convey the beauty of natural objects compared to 3D object. For the next development, referring to Karl Blossfeldt photography, she would like to continue exploring the relationship between nature and humans, by studying the beauty of different species of natural objects and transforming them through sewing materials. This approach inspired her to make wearable work by using textures and stitching to express her concept in the honour’s project.
王彬鈺的作品大多數與平面設計有關，作為一位自然愛好者，她堅信人與自然的關係是密不可分的。她的作品主題包括有機食品、林業、農村生活、香港文化、生活在自然、花藝設計和食品營養，都是與大自然相關的物件，而她的設計則有保護自然的象徵。 王彬鈺的大部分作品都涉及平面設計。然而，相比起平面圖形，她認為三維空間更有效傳達自然物體的美感。受德國樹林養護專家彼得・沃萊本（Peter Wohlleben） 在其著作《樹的隱秘生活》的啟發，她希望通過研究樹木與人類的關係，在畢業展中展示一系列與樹有關的三維作品。
Clay Board Story
The boards describe a story about a boy escaping from a modern city which become like a prison that caused pressure and anxiety for him. He travelled to an island by boat and finally stayed in a environment with many flowers and plants grew, eventually he became relaxed and comfortable in his environment.
The red colour on the ceramic is corresponding with the peach blossom Chinese style – The ceramic gives a feeling of Chinese peach blossom near the window, reminding people that spring is coming soon, helping people go through the winter season.
Tree bark clothes
Tree bark, clothes
The clothes covered by the tree bark represents the tree and the covering of the human body, much like for protecting from the cold weather and bacteria.
The tenement buildings are gradually disappearing because the Hong Kong government has not legislated them. The decline of tenement buildings is apparent in Hong Kong, corresponding in a similar manner to the notion of burning or fading away.