MANTIS (FLOOR LAMP)
Mantis Floor Lamp is designed to save electricity consumption of the housing area and improve the ambiance of the room. The floor lamp is inspired by the posture of Praying Mantis and Scandinavian Design movement. Scandinavian Design focuses on clean and simple design element. It often brings comfortable vibe to the environment. The highlights of Mantis are the Pet Immune Motion Detector that can ignores the presence of 0.7m height indoor pets, slot-in method for installation and the glow-in-the-dark feature from the green lines. This floor lamp is targeted for middle range audience placing the design in the living room.
Nicholas Lim Jun Jet
Octobee is a sculptural and modern bench designed to seat up to 12 people which
combines elements of nature and urban technology with a vertical garden, LED
screens and a bench. The Design Concept is inspired by the Cubist Art movement
which emphasizes the use of simple geometric shapes and abandons the single
view point perspective as well as the Constructivist art movement which is a reflection of modern industrial society and urban space.
Name: Muskaan Sait
Portfolio link: https://indd.adobe.com/view/d5efdf7c-c1bc-40d0-9d5a-3a08a2200899
The Movable Kitchen Island
THE MOVABLE KITCHEN ISLAND
Hexa Versa is a movable kitchen island that acts as an extended counter space and essential item storage. It acts as a kitchen trolley, moving from both the kitchen and dining room when preparing meals, serving, and cleaning up. Inspired by the Impressionism art movement, it is just the perfect piece for a contemporary household. With easy assembly and dismantling in mind, the hexa versa is designed to go with you even when moving houses frequently, using slot in joinery and only a few hex screws.
The designed is aimed to attract young adults, families and retired adults, encouraging an expandable and mobility lifestyle.
Ivana Christy Saldanha
KAPSUL – VERSATILE WARDROBE
BIOPHILIC MOSS TABLE
Project Marimo is an outdoor moss garden table designed under the principles of biophilic design. Biophilic design aims to bring crucial parts of nature into a seamless integrated space within an urban landscape. This involves adapting elements in nature that is crucial to our survival and wellbeing into modern, innovative designs in the city.
Biophilic design takes elements in nature that benefitt humans mental and physical health. This includes health benefitts such as cleaner air as well as to make people more emotional and mentally better
Anussa A/P Durairetnam