Selected to be a part of an immersive sponsored studio for Bikini Berlin, the task was to investigate, research + experience Berlin through the medium of fashion. As a team of two, we developed SUM, a smart retail system which both reflects the city's culture and meets the challenges of shopping offline in 2020.
Locavore is a traveling educational exhibit that explores the possibility of a just food system, one that is sustainable, affordable, accessible, and transparent.
Aimed to expose Big Food’s unethical behavior which is effectively ruining our bodies and our planet, and makes a convincing call to action about what you can do to change it.
Today’s trade show demands innovative and flexible design solutions to compete in a global market. The requirement for the Rick Owens exhibit was to design a mobile, modular, easily dismantled stand that could be set up for multiple uses in various sizes and locations. Owens, an American fashion designer, created a collection of furniture that plays with exaggerated silhouettes and monolithic designs that are both sculptural and strong. This complexity, edginess and intensity recalls hedonistic rituals.
Slashdot is a public and communal workplace concept for the knowledge worker of tomorrow. Open source and egalitarian, this space allows entrepreneurs and innovative thinkers to work alongside one another. The structure itself operates on an intelligent framework that addresses how we interact, share, obtain and process information today.
The brief was to create a wellness space in Santa Monica inspired by Burt’s Beeswax, a holistic brand that believes that in order to improve health and well being, we need to begin in the community. Their sustainability efforts and core values are focused in social responsibility and habitat restoration. Their core values were used as the driver for the wellness space and the concept of the store.
Nike is viewed in the US as a performance-based active wear line. The Nike TrueCity US launch event seeks to establish and promote the Nike brand in the US as street wear and cultural heavyweight. Hosting the TrueCity Insiders, the event will introduce the content available on the app including new Nike product market releases, the insiders map and highlights of the city from an insider's perspective. The tent will be divided out into 4 programs: Insiders//Out, Nike//Market, TrueCity//Bar, TC//MapActive and a centralized circulation.
The Bentley Hotel is an exclusive boutique hotel crafted for the iconoclastic Bentley owner, those who knows that the horizon doesn’t actually exist. Those who set their aims high and take flight.
Hack A Space is a technology incubator and workspace in Pasadena, California meant to reclaim the notion of "hacking" as an art form. With the concentration of engineers and artists from Caltech, JPL and the Art Center College of Design, this hackerspace provides a place to come to play in the spirit of the hacker/DIY/maker culture. Hack A Space intends to mark Pasadena on the map as a technology hub and provide the talent being fostered here to develop and innovate both collectively and individually.
Funded by The Library Foundation of Los Angeles, “Student Zones” provide furniture, computers and trained personnel to aid students academically after school. Cory Grosser and team recently completed the design and branding of these zones within 10 pilot branches. The project included creating the spatial concept, architectural elements, environmental graphics, and furniture. Completed in September 2014.