The childhood memories are always cherished and one gets emotional over the sense of nostalgia and gets connected immediately with the place. These memories have been our moments of joy as you recollect them with family and friends. Designers have used Stacks of news papers that represent the monotonous and busy city life where as the subtle use of childhood paper craft gives it a relief and emotional connect; the sense of belonging with the place as you enjoy Indian mother’s recipe at Dalchini. Overall it gets a contemporary look with earthy touch of Indian ethos.
The Hotel Hubertus is located in Valdaora, at the foot of the famous ski and hiking area Kronplatz in the Puster Valley (Italy) at an altitude of about 1350 m. The family establishment was generously enhanced and enlarged with 16 new suites, a new kitchen with restaurants and -Stuben-, an entrance area with lobby, reception and wine cellar and a fitness and a relaxation room with panoramic terraces. The new 25 m long cantilevering pool, functioning as a connector between old and new, underlines the essence of this comprehensive renovation and renewal project.
TIST wanted to give new and unexpected experience to customers for the summer project of LOTTE WORLD MALL. So the study was focused on to increase the user experience by space and to expand the culture of story by design connecting the wide space of complex mall into one story. In collaboration with the illustrator, Janine Rewell, with the theme ‘Let’s play, Blue Paradise’, a story was made that animals and girls play together in summer in a magical island on deep blue sea to create the continuous storytelling for customers while shopping and moving.
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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.