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.
To create this self-promotion packaging, Omdesign shaped it as an acorn, the seed of its commitment to the future, while combining 2 Portuguese icons: Port Wine and Cork. Produced with wood and cork, free of any oil derivatives, this packaging stores a real acorn, covered with soil, inside its base. The goal is to encourage consumers to reuse it as a container to grow a cork oak. This eco-design marks the launch of the company in 1998, commemorates the 89 awards received in 2016 and challenges users to contribute to the cork oak forest preservation efforts.
It is hand-made. It appears dreamlike, three-dimensional, and floating. By complex constructions and flowing light rays, the robot shows a future world full of precision and energy! Its thin stripes and lights show the power and the structure, fine and precise. To depict details so miniscule that they measure at less than one millimeter is absolutely a skillful art which challenges the patience and vision of the artist. It is a part of a series of realized and not realized ideas, that has a very abstract and diverse research field such.
The cutting Edge is a dispensing pharmacy related to the neighboring Daiichi General Hospital in Himeji City, Japan. In this type of pharmacies the client doesn’t have direct access to the products as in the retail type; rather his medicines will be prepared in the backyard by a pharmacist after presenting a medical prescription. This new building was designed to promote the image of the hospital by introducing a High-tech sharp image in accordance with an advanced medical technology. It results in a white minimalistic but fully functional space.
The casing of the millisecond metal tape measure and fiber measure is manufactured by milling aluminum ingots with the utmost precision. The two-sided body boasts shell-like indentations on both sides. This offers the user greater comfort as the fingers lie neatly in the indentations. The designer’s objective was not only to consider the shape of the measuring tape as an object, but also to consider how it might be both used as a tool and carried.