Woorim Kang, a South Korean artist, designer designed the floor lamp inspired by the shape of orchid. Orchid, which is symbolized as a noble person with royalty and integrity, has been one of the favorite materials for Muninhwa. Kang used 'laminated bent woods' to express orchid strokes from Muninhwa. This technique is molding work to fix thin wood panels on a bending frame and carve them with a chainsaw and a plane. The shape of a floor lamp can be changed by the shape of a bending frame. He installed LED bulbs with electric power cables and made long tube holes in the middle of wood panels. His purpose is to demonstrates one complete orchid with every piece of lamps assembled together.
Orchid has been described with poetry and painting in order to evoke ideas of society. As significant destruction of coexistence between mankind and nature appears, oriental philosophies and ideologies about a symbiotic relationship with nature are now being reinvented. Kang expects the human relation with nature to be rehabilitated through his work based upon the historical context of art.