Works Appreciation
  • Onlywood
    Self-supporting shelf. The assembly is made without any screw or nail. The set holds by interlocking and thanks to its own weight. Ideal for books or other decorations, this innovative solid oak self-supporting rack will fit in a contemporary as well as traditional interior.

  • Energy Flow
    The artwork is being realised through winning City Dress-up Public Art Competition organized by Hong Kong Government Development Development Bureau. It is the winner of the Category Kowloon Bay. When the solar energy turns into electricity, renewable energy can also be integrated into the works of art. In the city, we have become ignorance to our environment, no longer sensitive to fresh things. The artwork is made up of two rocking chairs, one of which gets up and the other party will shake to both sides. Slightly swing backward and forward, interacts with each other. The artwork made by the combination of two rocking chairs, which is equipped with ?exible solar sheet with the power transmission USB port. People could charge their mobile phone when they rest on the chairs. The site is at the entrance to the Electrical and Mechanical Services Department Headquarters. There is a very simple educational trail that specializes in electromechanical engineering and renewable energy. Therefore, this public artwork could become part of the educational trails, to provide an additional meaning.

  • PEARL Hotel brand design
    A hotel image that can make guests memorable

  • Light 4 Life
    The actual lifetime of the LED light bulb is less than the design lifetime. Though the LED unit has the longer life the power unit. If the power unit was failed the whole light bulb will be useless. However, the plastic parts and some electronic components still have value to use. This design sealed power unit and LED unit in two different modules, in this method maximized each parts lifetime. The new push-push socket simplified the installation process and avoid electronic shock. This design maximized each part's lifetime and give customers more option to choose, the modular design gives this light bulb extensibility. We also designed a conventional socket for the customer who is still using E26 socket. This design decreased wasting problem, maximized lightbulb's lifetime. The new push-push socket gives convenient for elder and people who have difficulty in moving. Based on structure demonstration,this product have massive production possibility. The target users are the household group and enterprise group. This design will impact the light bulb industry. The modular design and expand possibility will be an eye-catching point in the market.

  • Hydrogen-powered car
    Hydrogen-powered car Audi Cetus is a hydrogen-powered, zero-emission city car, designed to change everyday city travel. The idea was to create a car for 2 people that will be likeable and fun, in an effort to restore excitement to the experience of driving. A playful conceptual exercise, truly embraces aerodynamics to both reduce energy consumption and form part of a future design aesthetic. The smooth curves and streamlined shell mimics the movement of a swimming fish, in an effort to corelate the similarities of the hydrodynamic properties of marine creatures with the aerodynamic performance of the car. This results to an energetic and distinctive form that is formulated by the little details such as the flow of the exterior shell. The design is primarily concerned with the forces of drag and lift, which are caused by air passing over and around the car body in motion. The entire form that embraces the car’s various elements combines functionality, quiet operation and aerodynamic performance. Along with, it also adds to the aesthetics of the vehicle and its exterior looks, leading to a more dramatic change in overall appearance and performance of a vehicle. The windows are designed to allow as much light as possible to enter. The use of electrochromic glass gives the possibility of dimming by pressing a powered switch in order to control the level of illumination of the interior. On the back, surfaces curve smoothly into one another and embrace the back wheels, creating a wraparound, retractable trunk that opens like a drawer. Additional security features include smart sensors in the vehicle. Characterized by soft lines and user friendly features, the surface design flows with motion of the fluid around the body that is made to run on the road. The low profile was developed and customised extensively after ergonomic trials in order to minimize the height of the car and subsequently the air turbulence on the back. The dynamics of the streamlined silhouette are further emphasised by the natural smooth form that flows to give the car a distinctive appearance. By incorporating this concept the design becomes a more visual expression of the smooth flow of air and this underlying order gives the car its character.

  • The New Timepiece by Dior
    Since 2010, the great Maison honors its rich heritage through a collection of exceptional pieces named?Dior?Grand Soir. This collection combines the creativity, the notion of colors and the refined, sophisticated vocabulary of the Maison. Dior has revealed nine new “Grand Soir” watches, taking inspiration from the enchanting and festive nature of fireworks. The unique designs as seen on the bezels and dials showcase elements of gold, diamonds, sapphires, aventurine, and feathers that nod to the brand’s taste for parties and festivities. This “Grand Soir” collection is characterized by an enchanting explosion of color, precious stones and light. Festive colors and illuminations light up the watch dials, as well as their 36mm cases and black patent calfskin straps, featuring a fade-out of silver sparkles. These watches have white or rose gold cases paved with round snow-set diamonds and, for some versions, round sapphires. The dial is finished in glossy black lacquer, contrasting with bursts of different colors, depending on the model. Indeed, each model features a variety of precious stones (diamonds, emeralds, sapphires, pink sapphires and tsavorite garnet) and couture details (feathers). These unique pieces feature quartz movement with adjustment corrector, with hours and minutes hands, and are water-resistant up to 50 meters. Aventurine hand-engraved with gold brings a final precious touch to the case back.

  • wawa
    We have created a wall-mounted mirror out of rattan, a material with more than 1,000 years of history in Japan. The frame, which makes use of rattan’s characteristic flexibility and strength, is simple yet projects a sense of presence. “wa” means “ring” in Japanese, and the name “wawa” comes from its “overlapping rings”-shape made from spiraled thick rattan. These rattan frames are carefully crafted by hand at TSURUYA SHOUTEN, a rattan products manufacturer founded in Yamagata Prefecture in 1907.

  • Light Light Desk
    The LIGHT LIGHT DESK is a product design conceived by Japanese and Swiss designers who visited their respective countries and engaged with local companies and manufacturers over the course of two Japan-Switzerland Design Workshops. The workshop in Switzerland was held at WOGG, a major systematized furniture manufacturer, and the workshop in Japan was held at Ishinomaki Laboratory, a group dedicated to the recovery of the Ishinomaki area following the Great East Japan Earthquake. The aim of the exercise was to mesh the cultures and values of both countries during said workshops. Torafu proposed the Light Light Desk, consisting of a light aluminium frame with a built-in LED light that makes use of WOGG's energizable sandwich panels. The result is a desk that is both lightweight and collapsible, and can easily be transported like a folding chair.

  • YunNanHong
    In China, Yunan province is a multi-national region, it has its own colorful national culture and traditional folk handcraft, especially in batik. (Batik is a kind of traditional textile printing and dyeing handcraft in minority area, they dip wax spatula into wax-melting to draw a pattern on fabric, and then use indigo to dip-dye the fabric, and the wax should be wiped off. ) This time, the red wine packaging design for Yunan , which is mainly focused on the technique of traditional batik and its unique modeling tactics, to draw an illustration of local humanity characteristic life picture. In the Dai nationality, it is believed that peacock is the kindest, smartest bird, peacock loves freedom and peace. It is a token of lucky and happy. So we combine Dai young girl with peacock modeling to draw an illustration for the main image. We use national features and regional features to strengthen the red wine brand, enhance its identifiability.

  • Travel yellow rice wine in small package
    The history of the ancient city of Shaoxing: 2500, flyfox, Qingshiban, fenqiangdaiwa city style, mesmerizing. Culture: Heritage of ancient Yue culture scholars, delicate texture, Yellow Wine theater, the interpretation of the simple customs and attitudes. Ink Jiangnan, Yellow Wine: Yellow Wine. A quality suggestive of poetry or painting is good, drink more. A cup of Yellow Wine, a pinch of beans flavored with aniseed, with poetry, the dream of Shaoxing. Girls 200ml glass bottles, boys 250ml Lanting Pavilion stone money

  • Aesop NEWoMan
    We conduct the interior design of the AESOP store, an Australian skin care brand, located in Shinjuku, newoman. With a width of 4 million 900 thousand of the width and depth of the 9.2m square plane, the project area provides a space surrounded by two pillars at both ends of the space.

  • Euronews
    The ambition of the Lyon Confluence district, developed by VNF (Waterways of France) in partnership with Caisse des Dép?ts and SEM Lyon, is to reinvest this industrial area’s heritage by integrating architecture with cultural and commercial programs. The project is designed as a stretched cube pierced by two conical atriums introducing daylight, air and providing views of the river to the building’s users. These atriums are imagined as two gigantic eyes looking onto the river and its environment. Symbolically, the eyes also represent those of Euronews, abstract receptors, capturing the events of the world around us. The building houses the world headquarters of Euronews, a leading international news channel covering world news from a European perspective. Launched in 1993, it has become a platform for multilingual news services. This project was designed in 2005 for the same competition as the “Cube Orange”, built in 2010 further along the riverside. Both buildings have been designed to be seen by the public as two separate buildings in dialogue with one another as part of the ongoing development of the urban facade of the Sa?ne River.

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