Design is…, a selection of Brazilian Design group displayed in two hundred colorful mobiles. Each piece, in the shape of a cube, portrayed a different definition of design by creators and creatures from the universe of Brazilian Design, with less than a hundred characters. The installation created a moment for everyone to look up – a unique experience that challenged visitors’ perspectives, as if they were was seeking out stars in a constellation. Each has its own brilliance, but together they form a universe to be explored. It was a conceptual big bang.
Under Pressure is a simulation training program for journalists in the face of a crisis situation. The tool is an interactive website, with tasks meant to sharpen reportage and decision-making skills. Scenarios featured in the module are based on actual natural disasters and emergencies that happened in the Philippines. The program will also be translated in augmented and virtual reality technology, allowing users to immerse themselves in the actual disaster or emergency scenario.
Dating back to the 1960s, The Riviera is one of Palm Springs’ most storied hotels, having most recently boasted a 1970's glam aesthetic and a history of glamorous guests from Frank Sinatra and the Rat Pack to Marylin Monroe. Rose Ink Workshop reimagined the space to jive with contemporary Palm Springs, creating a bohemian getaway that was stylish, eclectic, and cool. Inspired by the easy glamour of Slim Aaron's photographs, the new design emphasizes mid-century styles & vibrant playful colors with a just sprinkling of retro nostalgia.
Located on a roof top in a commercial premises, Rangla Punjab is a North Indian regional cuisine restaurant. One can get the feel of rural Punjab while you dine and enjoy North indian Punjabi Cuisine. Rangla in Indian language means colourful. Designers are inspired from the rural areas of Punjab state of India. Rural Indian people love colours and that can be seen on their attire, clothes, accessories they wear or even the decorations they do. Designers have attempted to take out essence of colours from the life of Punjab state and infuse in otherwise contemporary style.
Cafe Flo is located in Taikooli at Sanlitun District of Beijing and the mall itself is a must-see destination attraction for visitors, both domestically and internationally. The challenge was to create an inviting dining experience, with respect paid to the building’s existing imposing beams and columns. The color tones of this cafe were inspired by the elegance of bygone Napoleonic era Parisian blue and Brass gold. The overall design was base on the iconic French Art Deco style brasserie. The chandelier, with its honeycomb structure, can be traced back as a symbolic icon to Art Deco period.