French writer and dramatist Antonin Artaud, called drawing as “physical knowledge of images”. The Drawing Machine examines the concept of a bodily response to an image of drawing. By reversing the process of drawing, the design starts with a two dimensional drawing and float up to two variations of three dimensional form - path and volume.
Living Lightly is a modular appliance system that extracts the sharing function of rotation and heating in a wide range of products in our kitchen, bathroom, and living room. The motor modules and heating coil modules are connected with attachments to blend, whisk, brush, knead, fan, heat, grill, toast, etc. The system combines shared elements in both physical products and user behaviors. Instead of purchasing individual products with singular functions, users have the freedom to purchase modules based on their needs to achieve efficiency, productivity, and liberation.
Kinesthetic Time is a series of three objects in constant motion and of which each interprets a unique aspect of internal time: increments of time, duration of time, and social time through kinesthetic empathy.
Our internal time is a biological clock that helps people to anticipate and adapt to the regular rhythm of the day. But how does the internal clock synchronise with the Earth’s revolutions?
The reason that we tend to get hungry and sleepy around the same time of the day is due to our circadian rhythm. It is generic to each individual and controlled by specific genes in our body. Kinesthetic Time demystifies the complexity behind such sciences by making the process of time visible to everyone through three intriguing design objects. By bringing to light subtle movements - of absorption, rotation, flickering - each piece is designed to engage people in a conversation about time, internally and socially.
I co-foundedStuf in 2015 - a design studio focusing on a range of accessories including bags, jewelry and home goods. Inspired by Eastern concepts of moderation and harmony, products encourage balanced interactions between people and objects through form, color, and material.
The folding chair is inspired by everyday life. The legs of the folding chair open up and elegantly touch the ground. The design draws from a timeless and beautiful instrument for eating and applies a rigorous craftsmanship influenced by Danish furniture production.