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Vibrancy of the dress

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Tsumori Chisato is a Japanese fashion designer. She attended Tokyo's Bunka Fashion College. She began work with Issey Miyake in 1977 and started her own line in 1990. She took her work to Paris in 2003 and has built a following in the United States. Her aesthetic focuses on prints and has a "healthy dose of manga/bohemian cuteness". Tsumori’s design shows a unique taste in designing the clothes. It shows her own unique personality and style in the design. There is a blend of cutness in her work and the colour choice of the clothes is veery vibrant and appealing to the eyes. This is what make she designs really unqiue. Tsumori Chisato's illustrations remain a constant, just like the cotton polka-dot sacks offered to guests each season. All evidence to the contrary, she's actually a creative creature of habit.

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Viewing beyond. Inspiration:

The site

The sketch

There are two parts of my world. Both Ying and Yang. I live in the part where it’s a place full of royalty. Its name is Cloric. The world of royals may seem all dominating and controlling, but I can promise you that they are gold at heart. We peasants do not have the luxury like the royals. That is why a king named Jove II hired an architect to create something that let us, peasants, feel like the royals. They know that some of us are less fortunate, and will never feel what it’s like to have a life like the royals. And then we have the chaotic part of our world, Vergorn. Vergorn is a place where there are many reflective mirrors that reflect every single person’s soul. A world where people can see each other’s soul, just by looking into the mirrors of Vergorn. The instrument was built as promised and the people found out what some royals are in reality thanks to the mirrors of Vergon. After finding out the truth about the royals, they were banished from Cloric. The king then made Reventhor and some honorable peasants that help build Cloric, royals. Reventhor was thus known for being a hero that freed the peasants from the fake royals. Even such a clandestine mirror can help in changing the Cloric people. Therefore, in every place when there is Ying there will be Yang, vice versa. There isn’t a place called utopia. There are bound to have a good in every bad, and a bad in every good.

The site: Monsoon Wind

History on queen street: Chinese name: Sek-a-ni koi. Sekani in Hokkien means Eurasian, reflecting the presence of Eurasians in the area. Queen street now: Queen street becomes the most busiest streets in Singapore. This is because there is shopping malls around thatarea and it is near the CBD area and the people cut pass this road to go home or work. What I experience when I'm in the site: I feel that there are many cars at that area. The site has many interesting things to look at. As pedestrian walking throughout the area, I do not have the privilege to feel what the driver is feeling. So I create a space that can feel what the driver is feeling have a better range of sight that the driver itself. I want to create an experience in the pavement that they will not experience anywhere else but here.

Concept There are many shopping centre around that area and at the bottom, that is where the CBD area is. The street has many cars because people drive to work and home passing by that street.

(Scaled up for better visualisation)

The cover acts as a shelter when raining.

A clear glass to view the scenery.

Concept: Imagine yourself in a car. When you look at the side mirror, your left window becomes yor blind spot. When you look at the top mirror, the windows and the front becomes blury and you cannot see clearly what the image is. Thus, by creating this device, I was able to make the pedestrians feel the luxurious of being in a car looking at my “leftside mirror” and looking at the scenery at the same time. My objective is to get the pedestrians walk this path and being able to view like a driver, but view more beyond the capability of a car. As pedestrians walking through that path, I want to feel priviledge walking pass that path as the history of that space is about the rich being around that area. What Ihave created is a pathway to bring back the past to the present, by letting the pedestrians feel like the rich in present time.

With this you can be able to see the reflected images at the ride of the road. The mirrors are pieces of mirror that are angled at different angles so that you can view more in a bigger picture. Each box is angled in a way that when u see at each mirror, you will see position A. This makes the passerby able to see the back of the road. Just like normal car.

A

The structure Singapore is a hot country and the choice of material is very improtant. Concrete will expand or contract due to fluctuations in temperature. The size of the concrete structure whether it is a bridge, a highway, or a building does not make it immune to the effects of temperature. The expansion and contraction with changes in temperature occur regardless of the structure’s cross-sectional area. Concrete expands slightly as temperature rises and contracts as temperature falls. I have created the structure in a way that it is safe from expansion and contraction of the concrete. This is so that the concrete will not need constant maintainance. I have created slids/holes for the concrete to have enough room for expansion and contraction.

The shelter slants down this way, due to the monsoon wind’s direction.

3D rendering perspective

B

It will be placed at for differnet locations. Each with a distance of 7m between them.

Sketchup

Mirror That is of different angle. This allows the passerby to view different angles of what's behind that space.

Slids preventing the concrete to crack.

(Getting out the form)

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Poui'r Choice of paint Its choice of finishing are chrome, red, white paint. Its genuine leather is made from cow’s skin. Its leather gives the chair a luxurious looks while its paints and chrome finishes gives it a modern look to its body.

The concept Description This chair is a kitchen bar chair. The height of the chair can be adjustable to meet different user’s height and comfort. There is a black handle to adjust the chair's height. Its dimensions are 18” x18”x45”.

The concept is behind this chair is inspired by a office chair and a leather chair. Combining these two concept creates a ergonomically luxurious chair.

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