Works Appreciation
  • Suzhou collection
    Design Description: In Suzhou area, people gather together since ancient times, industry and commerce are developed, and Wu culture is like a rich treasure. Designers make innovative designs with excellent arts and crafts of Suzhou's traditional culture, so that tradition and modern art can be perfectly integrated. Carrying forward the extensive and profound traditional culture of the Chinese nation (especially the spirit of culture in the south of the Yangtze River) fully reflects our national cultural confidence.

  • The Little Follower
    The Little Follower is a portable outdoor fascia gun. Its compact size makes it easy to carry for users. The exterior is processed with a fine-grained frosted effect, and the electroplating technology is adopted at its joints to lend a touch of modernity. The product is made of biophilic metal, and its handling angle has been specially designed to provide a comfortable grip. Equipped with four replaceable heads, this fascia gun provides users with protection for muscles throughout their physical exercise. It also has a massage head with an EMS low-frequency electronic pulse, triggering muscle contractions by mimicking the signals of muscle bioelectricity, which further helps expel lactic acid accumulated during the workout, stimulate muscular energy, relieve muscle inflammation, and thus reduce sports injuries. The product can awaken muscles to the maximum extent to enhance users’ athletic performance before the exercise, after which it also provides effective assistance to users in losing fat, shaping figures, and exercise rehabilitation. LED light is installed at the bottom with the illumination mode and flashing SOS distress call mode, offering emergency lighting help to outdoor users. The ventilation hole is hidden under the etched metal mesh at the tail to dissipate heat effectively. The product works on indoor sports, sedentary office jobs, outdoor mountaineering and a variety of other sports settings.

    Haylou RS3 is a new slim large-screen sports smart watch, with its core concept of bringing smart watches into thousands of homes and leading a healthy life. Regarding external configuration, RS3 features an AMOLED HD touch screen in an aluminum alloy frame with a nano-silica wristband. The 1.2-inch AMOLED display has a wider viewing angle, higher refresh rate and thinner size than those of traditional LCD displays. With its screen resolution of up to 390*390dpi, the larger panel delivers clearer data display while improving the operating experience, on top of which the product’s operation logic is also specially optimized to significantly save users’ early learning costs. Made of aluminum alloy and nano-silica, RS3 brings durability and resistance to sweat and stain, which is refreshing and breathable. Moreover, offering a long battery life, RS3 can run for up to 2 weeks with Bluetooth, message reminders and other daily functions fully enabled, well enough to satisfy daily needs of most outings and business trips. Under the basic mode of switching on sleep monitoring and time displaying, the battery can even last for 30 days. It can still maintain an endurance of at least 30 hours even when the GPS mode is turned on uninterruptedly to record life and movement locus.

    The architectural proposal of the new ARGOS EAFIT CENTRO DE INNOVACIóN is the embodiment in a building, of the partnership between industry and university. It becomes a ship, which houses a series of sophisticated instruments, where a highly qualified human group uses these artifacts to trace a journey towards innovation. The building is a vessel anchored on the campus, a support point that acts as a place for encounters and convergences between different actors. This synergy makes its way by allowing the campus area to imbue with the Innovation Center program; by housing and protecting within it the permanent and unsuspecting encounter between the university community, private enterprise, and the scientist and academic community. In this direction, a convergence place is created where encounters materialize in friendly atmospheres that allow environments that foster creativity. The CENTRO ARGOS PARA LA INNOVACIóN locates within the EAFIT university campus on the edge of the river and the regional avenue. The Medellín River has been a silent witness to the birth of the city's companies. The EAFIT campus, located nearby since the 70s, is closely bonded to the river. However, given the environmental conditions generated, produced by the passage of the regional avenue and the subway acting as an insulating barrier, the campus has separated itself from the city by creating its interior environment. A university park has been developed, which takes advantage of each of its interstices to implement friendly environments that isolate themselves from the poor conditions of the context, enclosing itself. The building's setting opens up the university campus to the city. It celebrates this idea, based on the strong presence of the Argos Center for Innovation, which proposes a direct relationship with an emblematic façade composed of a load-bearing concrete wall. This wall lines hundreds of prefabricated GRC cones. In addition to controlling temperature, luminosity, and views of the inside building, the cones allude to the eyes and viewers of the precision instruments used inside. The project proposes the improvement of the edge and the entire urban profile along the river. The building is situated in the most extreme spot towards the west, to free the maximum space inside the university. This position fosters a friendlier and peaceful interior environment with the building as a mediator between the city and the campus. The ground alters its slope starting from the new Junín pergola (central pedestrian axis of the campus) where a façade constructed of thousands of high-resistance precast concrete elements is proposed, which plays with the speed of pedestrians to produce the illusion of a changing facade, in movement with direct reference to kineticism. The interior façade is a large lattice that filters the light from the east and controls the heat levels inside. A slope forms a treelined courtyard garden, from which the work of the scientists who carry out their research inside the laboratories is visible. Above this, the first-floor flows with different accesses at different levels extending campus activity within the Innovation Center. This openness doesn't stop at the first floor, it extends throughout the different levels of the building, through circulations around the perimeter of the workspaces and free areas that intersperse between them. In this way, one not only observes what happens inside the laboratories but also enjoys the atmospheres created by the gardens and the incidence of light on the facades. In a state of indeterminacy between the outside and the inside, when one is inside the building, one is in the space of the campus. The building allows its use and enjoyment by the entire university community, creating meeting places where research intensifies in a visible and daily way.

  • CV Beauty SPA Club
    "Women are those who please themselves", not only for others to dress up, but also for oneself. Only with a good skin foundation can "light makeup and thick makeup are always suitable", it is a kind of beautiful self-confidence, without gorgeous makeup, gorgeous outerwear, starting from the heart, the skirt will fly. And this is also the designer's grasp of the scale of the space, the "subtraction" of the space, disassembling each surface, and "advancing and retreating" freely between the colors and materials. Space is the carrier of beauty, and every detail is rubbed into the space, giving a sense of rhythm, while shaping a clean and elegant temperament, reflecting the tension of gentleness and confidence. The arc-shaped white grille above the hall creates a sense of ritual, with a sense of respect, and it also shapes the lightness, simplicity and emptiness of the space. In terms of spatial structural elements, a white design theme combined with curved panels creates a sense of spatial sequence on the rigid wall, reflecting an aesthetic and solemn atmosphere. At the same time, the diffuse light source above is used to make the space rise with a sense of softness and integrate the space. The layers are distinct and the texture is vivid on the paper.

  • Arabica West Jianguo Road, Shanghai
    Yuanshe · Guanshu is in the mountains of Songyang. The road to the B & B is the old tea horse road, which is still full of vegetation. There is an ancient tree of hundreds of years old at the intersection of the road. Under the tree is a small temple which is rumored to be very effective. On both sides of the road are farmland and tea garden. Songyang is rich in herbal medicine. Along the way, you can see green mountains and green hills, and the bamboo trees shade the trees. As soon as the mountain wind blows, the fatigue of the road will dissipate in the mountains. The outdoor constant temperature swimming pool faces the green hill. Langshu village, where Yuanshe · Lanshu is located, is located at an altitude of more than 800 meters. It is surrounded by green mountains and surrounded by clouds all the year round. You can see the villages and fields in the distance at a glance. With rammed earth walls, Horst stones and logs, the appearance of B & B is simple and generous. They have contracted the whole village so that the whole homestay can be perfectly integrated with the nature. The buildings are scattered layer by layer according to the mountain situation. The rammed earth walls, Horst stones and small green tiles of the traditional buildings in Songyang are also used properly. The rare 100 year old trees in the village are also included in the architectural layout. The houses are spread around the ancient trees, as if they are holding the ancient trees in their arms The source of the name "tree". From a distance, B & B is like an ideal village embraced by mountains and rivers, hidden in the mountains. Although the B & B is hidden in the mountains, there is no lack of Jiangnan Lingxiu implication. There are 17 guest rooms planned for B & B, and the style of the guest rooms echoes the local culture of farming and reading in Songyang.

  • Between, To Simple
    Between, To Simple The essence of home is not material stuffing and heavy housework; it's a simple form and a return to the heart. It is a reorganization and dialogue between each family member's relationship with themselves, with each other and with objects. 【between】 From the micro level, it can represent the control and design of space scale, white space and aura; From a macro level, it can be understood as the integration and thinking of the concepts of human settlement, life and culture in the East and the West. 【To Simple】 "The avenue is simple, good at heart, simple at shape." Not only is the supreme purpose of the operation of everything in the world, It is also an internalized life philosophy gradually accepted by some modern urbanites.

  • 2101
    In order to unify the space, the designer adopts the principle of "less is more". In the space processing, the combination of straight line and simple block is selected to avoid complex structure as far as possible. The choice of material and color also follows this principle. Talent is the leading role of space, and all space design is just the supporting role of people. Living room TV background selection oak primary color veneer has been extended to the door, forming a sense of extension visually. Ground material selection gray oak floor and gray sofa form the continuation of color unity. The stair step is customized with the same gray oak floor as the ground, and the unified material is extended to the second floor. Primary oak screen and black steel handrail form confrontation and coordination. The wall of the second floor bedroom is designed as white glass to increase the lighting and interactivity of the staircase. The wall of the first floor toilet is intentionally disconnected, and the long rainbow glass is designed to increase the interaction between spaces. The cement coating on the facade of the restaurant has been extended to the bathroom and mirror to form a picture sense.

  • The Sea Hare Canopy
    The creation starts with the physical aesthetics of the sea hare, which is fused with the characteristics of waves and sunlight. It taps into the emotional experiential perspective of the canopy’s function by using the 3D parameter mode of a hexagonal body. (Sunshine) Sunlight penetrates the tinted glass to reach the ground. Changing in real time in different periods of a day, it has conveyed the subtle relationship among humans, buildings, colors, and nature. (Ideas) The body shape of the “sea rabbit” with a fluctuating curve reveals bright colors. The curve shapes of the ocean waves bring forth the refraction of light on the sea surface. In the experience of swimming under the sea, one feels like the sunlight shining on the sea surface and shimmering into the sea water. The swimming of fish gives the feeling of diving into the sea. These comprehensive abstract emotions have transformed and hidden in this parameter structure, with each in the crowd feeling a unique experience.

  • Fingerprint Technology's Exhibition Hall
    The work is a science fiction style exhibition hall. The designer combines "Aurora", the most beautiful and changeable astronomical spectacle in nature, with the brand concept of "fingerprint technology". With a large area of Aurora white as the background color, it is interspersed with glacial blue. The interweaving of blue and white is like the collision of ocean and glacier. With lighting and projection points, it can simulate the illusory brilliance of the aurora borealis in the universe. The large-area curved surface modeling and three-dimensional deconstruction design in the exhibition hall enrich the level of space, as if the northern lights contain the order extension of dimensional curves, and the three-dimensional deconstruction shows the edges and corners of science and technology and fantasy. The extended large area white color block not only lays the foundation tone of the whole space in this work, but also plays the role of moving line guidance. The logo at the front desk serves as the visual fulcrum of the whole exhibition hall, where the blue ocean and the white glacier meet. Through multi-function and multi detail interaction with visitors, an artistic and functional interactive space is created.

  • Hippo
    Based on the new smart technology, Hippo focuses on creating a children’s school bag that is both tasteful and safe. The designer strived to convey the demeanor and elegance of the product with simple and symmetrical elements via blending the British style. Functions such as GPS positioning and one-click alarm seamlessly fit into the internal design of the schoolbag innovatively and naturally. Thanks to the self-developed APP, parents can know the current position of the child and thus confirm whether he/she is safe. The one-click alarm function enables children to send an alerting signal by long-pressing the SOS button on the shoulder strap to catch the attention of passersby while sending the signal to the parents’ mobile phones, safeguarding their security. Hippo is also characterized by the ergonomic design, whose patented U+2 multi-dimensional bearing can disperse the gravity of the back and thereby allow children to carry the bag effortlessly. With its built-in spine-supporting board and the U-shaped hollow sponge, it guides children to open their shoulders and maintain an upright posture to prevent hunchback. The capacity of the bag is designed based on the human body’s maximum tolerance, to keep its weight within a comfortable range and protect children’s spines. HIPPO adopts various lightweight materials such as PSL ultra-light leather, foam and the lightweight foam support plate to reduce the net weight of the bag. Due to the good water resistance on the leather surface, the bag can float even when it is in full load to prevent children from drowning. The top cover of the bag is specially designed with reflective strips to alert the passing vehicles, ensuring children’s safety when they go out at night.

  • Hisense Optics Lab
    As the user group becomes increasingly younger and upgrades consumption, wearing glasses is no longer just to meet people’s living needs, but also showcases their pursuit of fashion and personalization. Therefore, we decided to break the stereotype that traditional optical stores focus on display, lack personalized styles and do not look attractive by creating an “optics lab” that fuses together functions and personality with strong user experience. Inspired by the principle of focusing control of the lens, the spatial layout and design elements are characterized by the convergence from the outside to the center. At the entrance of the store, we center on the new product display area and built a tall “core tube”, which is surrounded by transparent acrylic round tubes and well-arranged white tubes, making it the visual center of the space. The lights on the ceiling and the metal embedded in the floor “converge” to the core tube, in an effort to guide customers to set their eyes to “focus” on the new product display area in the center. To strengthen the guiding effect, we use light-filled and fashionable metal and mirrors to visually connect different spaces and add a sense of layering to the space, allowing customers to follow the track of light to explore the brand story of Hisense Optical Glasses and its craftsmanship. On the right side of the store entrance lies a concave and convex lens wall, in the hope of allowing customers to understand the principle of lenses through the interaction with the wall. Moreover, we highlight the beauty of details through the structure of the exposed exhibition case, presenting the brand’s professional attitude on precision to customers. Inspired by the material matching of frames and lenses, we use plain metal and transparent acrylic to set a professional, limpid spatial tone equipped with rich lighting effects, so as to create a bright, exquisite and professional atmosphere of the “optics lab”.

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