The emphasis of the series is on the different sunglasses worn by the model in every image, bathed in vibrant neon lights from signboards on the streets at night. Consequently the images are strongly biased to the color tones of the specific neon lights near the model, creating interesting low key results
This was a self initiated project born out of a love for the mundane and the unknown. As a creative, challenges fuels progression. This specific challenge was to show that beauty can be found in the least likely of places. The only requirement is to have an open mind and to look at random found objects as more than what they appear to be.
Haiku is a range of hoods that combine form, materials and performance. Haiku is a form of Japanese poetry characterized by a minimalist written form but rich in conceptual content and meaning. As the name suggests, the Haiku hoods epitomize simplicity of form yet offer a host of features which sit in complete harmony. Haiku is available in wall versions of 32, 60, 90 and 120 cm and in island versions of 32, 120, 180 cm.
The Bariatric Project challenges conventional aesthetic of medical devices by a sporty design, hiding technical details, reducing the impact of outsized proportions, reshaping the silhouette of the user by the wheelchair. Invacare believes in motivating overweight people to stay physically active and promoting a better quality of life. Providing a self confidence and self esteem for overweight people, reducing stigmatization and giving a sense of autonomy with key features of an active product.
Fiveism x Three is the first makeup-focused cosmetics brand in the industry aimed at men. Yuta Takahashi has, after studying male behaviour, designed a bar-shaped product that can be used in an extension of normal daily routines such as shaving and brushing teeth. Thought has been given to ergonomics and ease of use so that even men who are not used to makeup can use it easily and stylishly. The product's characteristics include curves drawn so as to naturally fit into the hand, and a uniform size which will allow its simple design to blend into any interior.
Traditional interior design is inspired by french style in 17th and 18th century European decor. It's a timeless style that exemplifies elegance and comfort. the main elements of design in terms of function and shape have been taken into account and on this basis the main lines of design have been determined to give sense of harmony. taking into consideration the choice of furniture, lighting and decoration to suit the design.