In the ancient civilization of India, the worship of water has always been important. The worship of nature has given divinity to water, as giving both life and culture.
Ganga Whisper: Spatial Design of Indian Water Worship Culture explores this mysterious cultural force to help people understand the culture of water worship in India so they will protect water resources.
With the theme of "New Era & New Life," this exhibition showcases the positive exploration and outstanding achievements of Chinese design and public art in serving the national strategy, promoting social development and improving people's lives in the new era. It also demonstrates how Chinese design can integrate into the context of globalization in a state of constant self-iteration.
The aim of this project is to solve the problem of visual blind spots in cars, especially for drivers following a large truck or bus. It is a new way of using traffic light design, not meant to completely replace the original infrastructure, just supplement it.
Jie Zi Yuan is the graduation design work of the Luxun Academy of Fine Arts Exhibition Design Studio. In the early stages, the team discussed the design theme and wanted to design a spatial work that integrates Western and Eastern cultures.
Luxun Academy of Fine Arts Exhibition Design Studio
As part of the W Metropolis Shanghai hotel arrival sequence, the entry atrium provides an opportunity for a key statement installation, but is challenging as the space is 22 meters tall, ascends four floors and is intersected by bridge links.
The project was completed within the environmental graphic course for second-year students and was also part of Open Your Space 2017, which is an ongoing research and design initiative. It draws on the relationship between design solution and social innovation ideas in Chinese urban context, and explores how design intervention collectively shapes the public realm to maximize shared value in the built environment.
Lorenc+Yoo paired with longtime collaborator, tvsdesign, to create the branding and wayfinding signage for the Zhumadian International Agricultural Expo Center (Zhumadian, China) and the Jinan Expo (Jinan China), both of which are in the first stages of construction and scheduled for completion in 2019.
Moss’s global footprint has expanded with the opening of Moss Changzhou in eastern China. The newly-built facility—at more than 7,700 square meters—is Moss’s fourth tension fabric production center servicing the global trade show, retail, event and corporate environment markets.