Creativity laboratory in which is carried out a research using unusual materials, developing art-design projects. As result of the research with acetic silicone born MU’trans project. Unique handcrafted pieces or limited edition, in which the home accessory is seen as object-sculpture crossing the thin line between art and design. The objects created look like static but they become tender, elastic and mobile if touched; they start to vibrate and wave unexpectedly. They interact with the user stiring up contrasting feelings. Every object comes with a progressive serial number certificate.
La Petite is an unprecedented collection of pendants/charms designed to look like miniature engagement rings. They are 10 mm in diameter and made with the same quality and precision as actual sized rings, using platinum, diamonds and natural gemstones. Some of La Petites feature micro pave and all are presented in unique combinations of gem colors and cuts. They are intended to be collectible and come with a Certificate of Authenticity as well as an edition number.
There is no other bottle such as the one of Tequila 29 Two Nine in the whole tequila industry. Tequila 29 Two Nine represents and captures the cosmopolitan, elegant and youthful side of Mexico through its design. The main logo design, name and bottle image moves away from all the traditional, old and rustic tequila brands. Inspired by the party scene and Mexico's modern cities.
Origami-like folds, a single structure consisting of triangular segments, but wraps things like apple sauce. There are new geometric folding surface became a solid calling case. The Clutch bag’s behaviour is completely differ from other any case and opening and closing movements is quite innovative way to use. That is made up of several triangle segments and those each segment edge is define each next segments direction and position. Magnets organise the unimpeded closing behavior. From the functions, the looks like a crystal that reflect all surrounding lights gracefully.
Light, shadows, shelter, pilgrims, garden, paradise… the concept of the Haj House Complex in Lucknow is hereby, through this proposal, addressed as a cord connectively fastening the stems of some of the main features in Islamic traditional architecture; by trying to be much more than just the sum of different functional requirements housed within “rational” buildings, we wanted to push stronger and farther, in order for those concepts to be tangible in the final scenario.