Standing panels and beams of light add a distinct air of mystery to the space, igniting a sense of adventure in those who enter. Each space feels connected, yet utterly independent of another, similar to winding and twisting alleyways of ancient cities.
The design for the car accessory brand A PIT centered around the theme “Cars and Humans Both Need to Charge Their Batteries”. The first floor is dominated by cars, the second floor is full of eight different times of different lifestyle themes. There’s also featuring a coffee shop and a bookstore where friends and families of all ages can come to relax.
As a silent field, the museum not only provides blank space to artistic works, but also displays exhibits in a well-planned manner to allow viewers to concentrate.
Take the design at the entrance for example. Its curved circulation line borrows the form of Moon Lake, a famous local scenic spot. The slope is gradually lowered, creating a ceremonial sense for people, and leaving disturbing noises outside.
Technology, transportation, trends of thought, and policies are changing rapidly, and the world is constantly renewing itself. While re-examining ever-changing cities, Karv One is keen to use innovative and narrative experience designs to envision future urban renewal.
A wide spectrum of books on the very topic- curated by an expert- cover the walls of the showroom, inviting visitors and offering insight on the science of sleep. An on-going exhibition of sleep arrangements are presented with a bed and its surrounding environment of a room, styled according to different themes every season.
An abstract landscape drawn from a series of circles and curves are divided into two main sections, Kids Winshare is a composite bookstore targets at kids aged from 0-12 that combines 4 essential programs including shopping, teaching & learning, dining and socializing, all in one space.
This project is located at the crossroads of the busy street in Xiyuan, Xuzhou.
What we have designed is not a name brand counter, but an exhibition.
The copywriting takes springs as a starting point to conceive the spatial pattern and hopes to interpret the fluent posture that the flowing water emerges from the stone crevices, sparkling.