The brand’s appeal of the Mu-Ran Natural Product range is based on the pursuit of natural, regimen, health-conscious concept which is burden-free for human bodies.
The Shanghai Film Museum shares the story of Shanghai filmmaking. Located in a former film studio, the museum boasts 4 floors, over 70 interactive installations and a collection of 3,000 historic exhibits.
The unique rhyme of thinking and respect for nature by the advantages of breeze, humid, and mist are derived from the surrounding of the virgin forest of Taiwan Lishan tea.
The design process begins with an in-depth understanding of the Yoga, where it promotes the balance between the body and mind. The initial inspiration of the interior design is therefore generated by translating these ideas of harmony, juxtaposition and equilibrium into a physical space.
the graphic style is try to authentically represent the period of the history.
A new rustic-chic interior that upkeeps with trend and stays ture to the notion of being in the know. The interior is characterized by minimalistic design lines and natural soothing hues, with a generous use of wood for a cozy bread shopping experience.
On the coastline of Hong Kong’s Discovery Bay, Danny Cheng designed a serene white chapel that draws in views of the scenery and sky. The dramatic interior rises sharply to a high ceiling, which is defined by an rhythm of repeating layers that create visual interest but also hide bulky technical services from the overall view.
The brand identity is created using natural but not affected drawing to show the pure flavor of fruits.
Lesucre Flottant, the Floating Sugary Clouds, Similar to Cotton Candy
Borrowing the image of a Taiwanese flower, the packaging combines a flower bouquet and wine bottle together and is designed as a bottle wrapped in a one-piece flower printed film.