Pine Tree Gallery Spa brings together the healing effects of nature and visual arts to elevate the experience of a massage and restore your 6 senses.
“Wouldn’t it be nice to have a place where you can feel relaxed and view art at the same time? A living space where art is not being showcased, but instead is a part of people’s life. A place where there is a sense of stillness, but at the same time captivating. ”
– Prima Pak. (Founder of Pine Tree )
Pine tree or Matsu in Japanese is a symbol of wisdom and longevity. My definition of these two words combined is simply how to live well everyday, to have an insight to lead a healthy life. I believe that happiness is the key to wellbeing. Happiness may be subjective, intangible and somehow difficult to grasp. My goal is to help people realize the importance
of simple appreciations and imbue people with a sense of gentle joyfulness through my kind of wellbeing.
Parks, museums and art galleries were my favorite spots during the time I studied both in London and in the States. Regents park, Saatchi Gallery, The National Gallery, The Met, Sculpture park, the Gardner museum. I realized it was not only the main exhibition that interested me but the surroundings.
Artworks fulfill the space – make the space complete.
Space humanizes the artworks – make artworks more meaningful.
Design is not just about visuals, it affects how we feel and how we behave. This is why we were very detailed in the designing process, and put a lot of emphasis on how things feel and smell as much as how things look.
Serene atmosphere, calming Jazz music, light aromatic scent, and art. A place where I can spend my whole day at. This led me to the idea of creating a space where people can come and appreciate the simple kind of joy, my kind of joy : )
Hence Pine Tree Gallery Spa becomes the heart of this wellness company.