This is a community club, which is located halfway up a mountain. The scene of wind blowing leaves in autumn is the most beautiful here. The designer was inspired by the wind blowing through the leaves. Fully respecting Changsha's native landforms and what the city has to offer culturally, the design seeks to integrate local massifs and structures, which are a source of inspiration for this project, into indoor spaces. Beyond that, the rolling ceiling of the former building is retained as a means to mirror what a wavy mountain is like.
YAO Concept Restaurant challenges the traditional restaurant space of distance between tables, creating a unity space of separation and continuity together. Within the high density of tables in the restaurant, the curve structure which creates the separation between two tables comes down from the ceiling, just like a big fishing net covering the whole space, forming the landscape of people eating, drinking and laughing.
Their project through the redesign of the work model and enhances the ability to work across departments. Moreover, it could help students familiarize themselves with the campus through a variety of connections and services. For the department, the project results include the definition of value goals, work mode and interactive function design. Services for students include consulting services, admission reception services, guidance services of peers and admission brochures.
Visions of Future is an interactive motion-activated manifest. Borrowed from the aesthetics of sci-fi, and as far from the conventional booth design as possible. Neon lights and a towering fragmented screen-wall without any hints of controls. Every vision was constructed around the guest's digitized avatar, communications the main message - future is impossible without actions, no one does not know, where future lies, but Inty is the one to create it. To deliver this effect Inty used a depth camera, scanning the person in real-time.
Since 2018, BIAS has developed and implemented an urban festival to help Daxi township preparing for the key religious ceremony of the place. Usually, Taiwanese ceremonies are conservative and based on rural traditions that dictate a strict set of rules. To share the charm of folk beliefs with the urban public, BIAS mediated the traditions by a strategic set of design interventions and activities that provide a pop-culture vibe to the event. In particular, BIAS acted as curator and invited various young artists and designers to cooperate with those that preserve old traditions.