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PORTFOLIO INTERIOR DESIGN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN by THIWAKORN Leesantipong


INDEX

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INTERIOR DESIGN Cell Bar

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INDUSTRIAL DESIGN Lighting Design Illusion Lamp

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Life long Match

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Twist Lamp

39

Reco Lamp

52

Furniture Design Montree Outdoor Stool

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Campfire Stool

71

Decorative // Home Decor Design Sweet Perfume

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Vase Collection

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Ice Cube Vase

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School Vase

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Tree Vase

103


Inspiration Cell is a tiny vital structure of human body, it can be composed to form human organ and even musculoskeletal system. This structure is inspired the exciting and interesting night club design, the designer desire visitors to feel like exploring cell, starting from entering outer structure, facing many tubular structures as villi in cell before discovering the entrance of the bar, mimicing the pore of cell, the only channel that allows things coming in and out through cell. Interior part is furnished by creative things resemble many organelles of cell which surrounded the heart of it, nucleus. In the center of nucleus is the elevator which shaped like a DNA tube. The two storey night club connected first and second floor not only by DNA elevator but also the worm shaped like stairs, they are covered with waving roof for blinding upstair view. The second floor have private rooms, sitting area, DJ boot and the narrowed sky walk bridge that visitor can glimpse the bird eye view of first floor.


Night club floor plan

scale 1:100


1. Dance Floor 2. Elevator Tube 3. Private Room 4. Counter Bar (movable) 5. Sitting Area 6. Locker 7. Waiting Seat 8. Partition Curve 9. Worm like Stair 10.Cashier 11.Entrance (cave) 12.Movable Tube (Plastic tube)

First floor plan

scale 1:100


1. Elevator Tube 2. Sitting Area 3. Private Room 4. Worm like Stair 5. DJ Boot 6. Passage over First Floor 7. Dancing Area (first floor) 8. Pivate Toilet 9. Entrance Cave(top view)

Second floor plan

scale


First Floor Plan (3D)

Scale 1:100


Second Floor Plan (3D)

Scale 1:100


ELEVATION

Section A-A

Scale 1:100

Section B-B

Scale 1:100


ELEVATION

Section C-C

Scale 1:100


Furnishing

Furniture Material : fiberglasswith Light Underneath


Furnishing

.............Private Room with Fiberglass Upholstery and Soundproof Material

Counter Bar : Vinyl and Plastic Material.........................................................

..............................................DJ Boot Seat : PVC Plastic

Waitnig Seat : Concrete with Aluminium Legs.......................................................


Furnishing

..................................Worm shaped Stair : Acrylic Step with Metal Wire Frame cover with Transparent Fabric

.............Dance Floor with Elevator Tube in the Center

Locker : Painted Metal Cover with Irregular shaped Rubber

......... .............Wire Frame Red Tunnel


Furnishing

...........Transparent Fabric with Light cover entrie Wall

Movable Plastic Tube with Light inside.................. (Outside the Bar before Entrance)


Outside Bar Atmosphere

Side walk before entrance

Entrance


First Floor

Automatically opened partition behind the entrance

Locker and storage near entrance tunnel

Curved and projected sitting area

Counter bar in front of dance floor and elevator tube


First Floor

Behind the entrance are sitting areas and stair on the right


First Floor

Three private sound proof cabin behind the dance floor.


Second Floor

Elevator tube connected two floors while the stair is on the right.


Second Floor

Narrow sky walk to DJ boot.


Second Floor

Bird eye view of first floor from the second floor.


ILLUSION LAmp


Moon Inspiration

Inspiration

Cresent Moon

The inspiration comes from the beautiful natural light at night, the moon, has different s h a p e s e a c h d a y, c a l l e d l u n a r p h a s e s o r phases of the moon. Lunar phases are the result of looking at the illuminated half of t h e m o o n f ro m d i ff e re n t v i e w i n g g e o m e t r i e s ; they are not caused by the shadow of the Earth or umbra falling on the Moon's surface (this occurs only during a lunar eclipse). Lunar eclipses can only occur at full moon, where the moon's orbit allows it to pass t h r o u g h t h e Earth's s h a d o w. L u n a r e c l i p s e s do not occur every month because the moon usually passes above or below the Earth's shadow (which is mostly restricted to the ecliptic plane). Lunar eclipses can occur only when the full moon occurs near the two nodes of the orbit, either the ascending or descending node. This causes eclipses to only occur about every 6 m o n t h s , a n d o f t e n 2 w e e k s b e f o re o r a f t e r a solar eclipse at new moon at the opposite node.

Phase of the Moon

Phase of the Moon Diagram

Picture of Full Moon

Sometimes, when looking at the full moon with different sight, the overlapping of full m o o n c a n b e s e e n , a n d i t i s v e r y i n t e re s t i n g . With the varies shape, reflection, and overlaping of rhe moon, are inspired to make the lighting and furniture .

Picture of Overlapping Full Moon


ILLUSION LAMP Sketches

Inspiration

Reflection

Artichoke Lamp

Multiple light Tea Light


ILLUSION LAMP Sketches

AIM : reflect light source all direction without identifying light source --- Apply in any light with tubular shape


ILLUSION LAMP Final Model

Lighting, horizontally Side view

Front view

Top view

Front and Back part when lighting

On the right side, showing the final model made from the paper and cover with shining aluminium like paper, in the center is a LED track which has small 8 LEDs inside lining perpendicular for making t h e l i g h t , h o w e v e r ; i n t h e re a l l a m p , i t c a n b e Fluorescent tube or even OLED for saving energy and the dimension of the model has to be corresponded with the size of the light source as the equation in sketches. The small tubular structures are attached with the center by overlapping some parts of their surface area inside. There is only one LED track inside but it looks like there are many LEDs in every tubes, except the back part, because there is a electronic part to make light and it is not translucent. Perspective view

Perspective view with Lighting


ILLUSION LAMP Orthographic view

Front View

Top View

Back View

Side View


ILLUSION LAMP Rendering

Top view

Illusion without lighting

Front view

Illusion with lighting

Side view

Back view

Various color depend on the light


ILLUSION LAMP Rendering

Illusion lamp in the bedroom


ILLUSION LAMP Rendering

Illusion lamp in the living room


Original

Match Dimension

New


Details of the New Match


Dimension of Charger (8 matches)

Orthographic view of Match Box


Outsside of Match Box and Solar Cell


Three Maiches in Charger

Match Box (Outside) with Solar Cell


Rendering of Matches and Boxes


Rendering of Lighting Matches


TW ST LAMP


OLED Research Nowadays, organic materials are primarily used in OLEDs for displays and lighting, the excellent opto-electronic properties of organic materials and their thin films have the potential to enable novel electronic uses beyond OLED displays and lighting. In the late 1990s, Dr. Forrest and team discovered that organic thin films can produce intense laser radiation. Moreover, they discovered that these organic lasers have some remarkable features not shared by conventional inorganic semiconductor lasers. For example, laser emission across the spectrum - from the infrared into the ultraviolet - can be achieved by simple modification of the organic molecules. In addition, an organic laser’s optical properties, i.e., wavelength and optical output power, are temperature independent - making these devices potentially valuable optical standards for communications and clocks. Organic-TFTs - Organic thin film transistors (o-TFTs), though still under development, may play an important role in the emerging world of flexible, low-cost organic electronics. Photodetectors - The development of organic photodetectors may provide additional capabilities toward the realization of the next-generation of “smart” displays, smart cards and other innovative electronics. For example, integrating an organic photodetector with a transparent OLED may lead to very power-efficient, emissive “electronic paper”.

OLEDs (Organic Light-Emitting Diodes) are the next step forward in the evolution of Solid State Lighting (SSL) technology, which generates light by semiconductors, rather than using a filament or g a s . S S L l i g h t i n g p ro v i d e s i l l u m i n a t i o n t h a t i s more energy-efficient, longer-lasting and more sustainable. It also opens exciting new doors to how we can use, integrate and play with light in our homes, cars, shops and cities. “Philips‟ work on LEDs (Light-Emitting Diodes) marked the first phase in the development of solid-state lighting, which is already revolutionizing the lighting i n d u s t r y. N o w t h a t t h e c o m p a n y ‟ s e x p e r t i s e is being applied to OLEDs, even more groundbreaking SSL applications are becoming possible as well.


OLED Research How different between LED & OLED Both generate light by semiconductors, stimulating electrons in their components with an electrical charge. They also share the ability to create color effects that go beyond the ability of incandescent lamps. They both share the potential to become extremely energy saving light sources.There are a number of differences between LEDs and OLEDs in their make-up, the type of light they produce and the way they can be used. OLEDs are created using organic semiconductors (such as those that make up organic solar cells), while LEDs are built in crystals from an inorganic material. There are also visible differences between these two types of solid-state lighting. LEDs are glittering points of light – in essence, brilliant miniature bulbs. OLEDs, on the other hand, are extremely flat panels that evenly emit light over the complete surface. The illumination they produce is “calm”, more glowing and diffuse, and non-glaring. The thin, flat nature of OLEDs also makes it possible to use and integrate light in ways in different ways than LEDs can do – or any other lighting source for that matter. LEDs are excellent to create sharp beams, add drama and accent due to their compactness. OLEDs will never replace LEDs – they have their own very specific and useful types of application possibilities. The two, however, complement each other very well, providing different options in a new type of digital lighting that is becoming increasingly important in an energy-conscious world. OLED module

OLED in production

OLED lighting works by passing electricity through one or more incredibly thin layers of organic semiconductors. These layers are sandwiched between two electrodes – one positively charged and one negatively. The “sandwich” is placed on a sheet of glass or other transparent material which, in technical terms, is called a “substrate”. When current is applied to the electrodes, they emit positive and negatively charged holes and electrons. These combine in the middle layer of the sandwich and create a brief, high-energy state called “excitation”. As this layer returns to its original, stable,“non-excited” state, the energy flows evenly through the organic film, causing it to emit light. Using different materials in the organic films makes it possible for the OLEDs to emit different colored light. The potential of OLEDs, they already offer unique characteristics and capabilities that can redefine lighting, and the way we use and experience it. First, there is the subtly diffused – almost magical – nature of the illumination itself. OLEDs create soft glowing clouds of light, rather than bright rays. Then, there is their homogenous output, unusual appearance, low heat emission, extremely flat nature and high degree of controllability. These offer designers, artists, architects and others great freedom in creating groundbreaking new lighting concepts and experiences: ones that will greatly appeal to consumers by making it possible to change the atmosphere in a room in dramatic and unexpected ways.

OLED in various shape

Recently, the company stepped up its efforts and the world‟s first-ever production line for OLED lighting in Aachen, Germany. This marks a significant step forward in advancing OLED technology in the crucial area of manufacturing. Because of this, Philips has been one of the first companies to make OLED lighting technology commercially available on a large scale. The products, which are marketed under the name of Lumiblade, will include OLED lighting plates of up to 50cm² in a wide range of colors and shapes. And also a standard lighting panel together with a socket/base system. Today, OLEDs generally have a reflective, mirror-like surface when not illuminated. Another current area of research is on the development of completely transparent OLEDs, which will open many new doors in application possibilities. Transparent OLED panels will be able to function as ordinary windows during the day, and light up after dark, either mimicking natural light, or providing attractive interior lighting. During the day, they could also function as privacy shields in homes or offices.


OLED Catalogue

OLED Light Prototype 2009 Yogohama, Japan Company: LG

OLED showcased at Lighting Fair 2011 Tokyo Big Sight, Japan Company: NEC Lighting

OLED ORBEOS OSRAM Opto Semiconductors in round shape OLED panel Company: OSRAM

OLED prototypes showcased at ENEX 2010 Tokyo, Japan Company: NEC Lighting Victory The world’s first luminaire in an ultra-thin, ultra-strong carbon-fabric base. 2011 Company: Liternity, Germany OLED Light Prototype Light+Building Fair Frankfurt, Germany 2009 Designer: Ingo Maurer Company: OSRAM

Mimosa- Moving Flowers Moving OLED blade with hand movement like a flower Milan, Italy 2011 Company: Philips

OLED prototypes showcased at Lighting+Building 2010 Company: Panasonic Electric Works(PEW)

http://www.oled-display.net/oled-lighting http://www.lighting.philips.com/main/lightcommunity http://www.universaldisplay.com

Frankfurt, Germany

OLED prototypes showcased World first flexible OLED 2010 Company: Konica Minolta


TWIST Lamp Sketches

Sculpture, Piazza Signoria, Florence, Italy

The inspiration came from the sculpture on Pizza Signoria, Florence, Italy. This showed the movement of three men, entwine their body, representing how muscles are twisted in superb figure. From this inspiration, come up with the interesting shape of lighting. This light composes of OLED in oval shape, attached with big wires pararelling along OLED. The number of OLED can be varied from 3 to 6, depend on how we use it. Interestingly, the wire, border and base of OLED are reflective and shiny material, such as chrome, aluminium, and OLED oval shape, itshelf can be rotated 180 degree, which means this light can be more adjustable, flexible ,even though the durable component of it. Furthermore, the light can be standed, hanged or attached to the wall, and another advantage, it made from OLED, which is use low energy for utilizing.


TWIST Lamp Explode view


TWIST Lamp Explode view

Exploded Twist Lamp

Twist Lamp (lighting)


TWIST Lamp

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Orthographic View

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Side view

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OLED Top view


TWIST Lamp Final Model Model Processing

Plastic paper

oval base

attach with tube

Plastic paper, oval shape

cut paper

attach with tube

Plastic paper, oval shape, 5 pieces

How to stick the plastic oval shape

metal tubes

finished attaching

screw the metal tube

Final model before coloring


TWIST Lamp Final Model Model Processing

Spray with primer

dry

dry

finished with primer

spray with chrome color

finished with chrome color

open the white part

paint with white color

Final Twist Model


TWIST Lamp 3D Rendering

76 cm

Front view

Side viewSide view

40 cm

Top view

TwistLamp Twist Lampplaced placed onon thethe Table Table


TWIST Lamp 3D Rendering

Twist Lamp hanging on the ceiling, top view perspective

Twist Lamp hanging on the ceiling


TWIST Lamp 3D Rendering

Twist Lamp on the table


RECOLAMP

The invention to recycle useless egg carton make it worth more as designed recolamp. Playing the shape of egg cartons become diffrerent shapes and froms, being in various lamps. All of the inspirations come from traditional Thai ornament. For instance, the cylinder shape lamp was inspired by lai of jasmin flowers that Thai people usually pray for deity of god, the triangle one was imitated the triangular shaped pillow locally called “Mon Ing�, it used to be popular and traditional for ancient Thai people. However, many new generations prefer to use it especially in luxury hotel and resort. The other lamp was built like spherical shape infact the idea was originated from Thailand’s king of fruit, Durian. All of them were made carefully due to the material property, paper which can easily burnt with heat from the light. The distance and the way to change the light bulb had been done scrutinously. There are also many other lamps made from egg cartons which are not mentioned in this secter.


RECOLAMP


In Jeaw Pa Ruay, Channel 3


In Wow Wow, True Vision


Montree Outdoor Stool


Montree Outdoor Stool Sketches

Inspiration


Montree Outdoor Stool Sketches

Full moon with big trees


Montree Outdoor Stool Study Model

B e g i n n i n g t h e m o d e l w i t h c l a y, m o d i f y f r o m t h e l a m p w h i c h c o n s i s t o f b i g c i r c l e a n d s m a l l f o u r c i r c l e s . Then create the shape as it is a sitting area which the small circle can detach from the big one and continue to make the model with balsa wood, and in this case, the material of this product prefer as wood for outdoor fur niture.

T h e s m a l l c i rc l e s a re c re a t e d t o b e a s t o o l w h i c h h a s 4 l e g s i n t u b u l a r s h a p e re s p e c t t o t h e c i rc l e , a n d t h e s h a p e of large cicle has been cut by small circles with the dimension as showing in orthogonal projection. The big c i rc l e , i t s e l f , c a n b e u s e d a s a s i t t i n g a re a b y t a k i n g t h e u n c u t t e d f o u r p a r t s , t h e re f o re ; t h i s f u r n i t u re c a n b e u s e d f o r a t l e a s t 8 p e r s o n . N e v e r t h e l e s s , w i t h i t ’s s i m p l e s h a p e a n d t h e s k e t c h e s c o n t a i n t h e s a m e s i z e o f t h e s m a l l c i r c l e i n s i d e t h e b i g o n e , t h e i d e a h a s t o b e d e v e l o p e d l a t e r.


Montree Outdoor Stool Study Model

Perspective view with attached 4 stools

Top view

Front view

After making the chair model and find out the solution for in the full moon night, how the shadow of the branches of the tree look stunning. Starting to c re a t e s h a p e f ro m t h e b i g t re e a n d a l t e r i t f o r e s t h e t i c a n d e rg o n o m i c re s u l t s . T h e s h a p e a n d f o r m o f i t a re t r a n s f o r m e d t o b e f l a t , b u t c i rc u l a r i n s h a p e w i t h the diameter respect to diameter of the outer boarder of all small circles, inside the big circle looked like many branches of the tree, connecting and joining each other to the center of small circle and the long tubular structure attach to the sittng area. This furniture can be used as an outdoor furniture especially in the garden, the design, itself seem to be merged with nature, the material o f i t c a n b e w o o d o r o t h e r t h a t have texture and color mimic wood, all the seats can be attached or detached the major structure as free movement. When we use this fur niture, it make us feel l i k e w e s i t u n d e r the tree and enjoy moving those seats.

Perspective view


Montree Outdoor Stool Orthographic view

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Top view of Stool

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Top view of Sitting area

Top view of Branches


Montree Outdoor Stool Joining wood Dovetails are probably the strongest method for joining two pieces of wood, surface to surface, with the grain running in the same direction. The dovetail joint provides considerable mechanical strength because when the joint is assembled, it can’t be twisted or racked. And the shape of the dovetail makes it impossible to take apart in one direction and difficult in the other. The dovetail joint is made up of two parts. The tails are the flared, triangular shapes, cut through the thickness of one board. The pins are the more slender projections, cut along the grain of the other board. There is an ongoing argument/ discussion as to which part should be cut first. Generally, European trained woodworkers believe the pins should be done first. There are basically three types: through, or full, dovetails are used to join carcases, blanket chests, and small boxes. These are regarded as the strongest and most beautiful. Half-blind dovetails are commonly used to join drawer sides to drawer fronts and occasionally are employed on the construction of carcases. Full-blind or secret dovetails are rarely used because when assembled, the dovetails -- and all the work -- are completely hidden

Full dovetails joint

Half blind dovetails joint

Full- blind dovetails joint

The same concept as the traditional joint, but more resemble the tongue-and -groove joint. A tail-shaped tongue slides into a pin- shaped groove, and won't pull apart when glue is applied. This is a good choice for joining partitions to a case piece, as it prevents the sides from pulling away from the partition. It is common to slightly taper the socket, making it slightly tighter towards the rear of the joint, so that the two components can be slid together easily but the joint becomes tighter as the finished position is reached.

Full- blind dovetails joint


Montree Outdoor Stool Joining wood Mostise and Tenon joint Types of the mortise and tenon joint have been used for centuries by woodworkers because of their combination of superior strength and simplicity. They are typically used when one piece of stock is joining to the other at 90-degrees, but may be used at a slightly lesser angle in certain circumstances. Bear in mind that the joint is strongest when the two pieces of stock are at right angles to one another. The basic idea behind a mortise and tenon joint is that one piece of stock is inserted into the other, and then held in place with a fastener. Today, most woodworkers would use glue to secure the tenon inside the mortise, but in years gone by, woodworkers would fashion the tenons so that they protruded through the mortised stock, to then be secured by a wedge or dowel. Typically, the tenon is little more than a rectangular pin cut from the end of the stock. While tenons can be cut by hand, modern woodworkers will often employ a band saw or a tenoning jig on a table saw to safely form the tenon. When cutting a tenon, be careful not to remove too much material as thinner tenons equal weaker joints. Cutting the Mortise: Traditionally, mortises were cut into the receiving piece of stock using a chisel. Today, many woodworkers use a dedicated mortiser, which employs a drill bit encased inside a four-sided chisel. Many drill press manufacturers offer optional mortising attachments, making the drill press a much more versatile machine. To cut a mortise using a mortiser, simply mark the position of the area to be cut, and then sink the bit into the material, taking small bites at a time. Set the depth stop to drill deep enough to encompass the entire length of the tenon, but no deeper than absolutely necessary (unless you are creating a through-tenon). When finished, use a sharp chisel to clean up any rough spots that remain. Mortise &

Tenon

Assembly Once the mortise and tenon have both been completed, dry fit the tenon into the mortise. The fit should be snug, but not excessively tight. Once all joints have been formed and its time for a s s e m b l y, a p p l y g l u e t o b o t h t h e t e n o n a n d inside the mortise. Coat all surfaces evenly using a small brush. A traditional through, wedged, mortise and tenon joint

A foxtail wedged tenon joint

A stub tenon corner joint

A pinned corner tenon joint

A haunched stub tenon corner joint

A modern feather tenon joint (primarily called a loose tenon)

A good rule of thumb when creating mortise and tenon joints is to cut the mortise first, then the tenon. Leave the tenon a little bit fat and try your first dry fit. Its always better to have to take a little more off the tenon than to take too much and find you have a sloppy fit.


Montree Outdoor Stool 3D Rendering


Montree Outdoor Stool 3D Rendering

Montree outdoor stool in the park


CAMPFIRE STOOL


CAMPFIRE Stool

Inspiration

The inspiration comes from camp fire, a fire lit at a campsite, to serve the following functions: light, warmth, a beacon, a bug and/or apex predator deterrent, to cook, and for a psychological sense of security. Campfires are a popular feature of camping, particularly among organized campers such as Scouts or Guides. In some regions it is called a bonfire, especially when it is of a very large size. Ideally, campfires should be made in a fire ring. If a fire ring is not available, a temporary fire site may be constructed. Bare rock or unvegetated ground is ideal for a fire site. Alternatively, turf may be cut away to form a bare area and carefully replaced after the fire has cooled to minimize damage. W ith the shape of this camp fire, created something that can make light without any bur n or danger by making a special lighting that anyone can sit on both sides. This make the esthetic lighting especially at night time, while use it as a chair at the same time. With this design, people do not need to place themselves around camp fire, because they can sit on fire and see the light at the same time.

camp fire in full moon night

People sit around camp fire

camp fire that produced sparks

camp fire shape and outine


CAMPFIRE Stool Sketches

Camp Fire

Octopus Lamp

Gregg Grande Lamp


CAMPFIRE Stool Sketches


Campfire Stool Study model

Beginning the study model with clay, to understand the shape of the model, this chair can be used both sides with the ball in the middle of the chair. It connects the chair with four legs bending to hold the spherical shape. The core of this product is the ball which can lit the light by using battery or plug in, the solution is in the middle of it, there is a eletronical system making the LED light inside for up and down, as described in sketches.

Front view

Side view

The final model make with plastic for top and bottom surface of the stool and use the bended wire for curved four leg to attach and fix the ball and the sitting area. Instead of using the light, the wooden ball was chosen as it can fabricate the light. It can be seen in both direction because the plastic top is transparent, but in the real chair the area for sitting is made by translucent material to see effect when the light is turn on or off. Inside the ball are battery use AAA type and plug in with charger, therefore the light can used without wire and move to wherever anyone desire.Interestingly, anyone can sit on campfire stool because it is not perilous anymore.

Top view

Bottom view

Perspective view, upside


CAMPFIRE Stool Orthographic view

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Details inside the ball


CAMPFIRE Stool Explode view Sketches


CAMPFIRE Stool Explode view Rendering

Component of Campfire Stool


CAMPFIRE Stool Rendering

40 cm

45 cm

40 cm

Front & side view

50 cm

Top view

Variety of Color

Campfire Stool


CAMPFIRE Stool Rendering

Rendering of Campfire Stools, show how they can be used


CAMPFIRE Stool Rendering

Stacking of Campfire Stool


Sweet Perfume


Inspiration The perfume scent reminisces sweet memory of love, it has been designed for him and her. The bottle’s shape mimics the figure of hugging couple, inside there are two perfumes with seperated spray heads, one is musculine scent while another is feminine scent. Therefore, this perfume can be used with both sex as a sweet couple. The idea is intensed to bring back memory of the lover using the sense of smell. The theme of creation is desired to connect past to present, representing the smell of it like memory of love that is enduring from time to time and the story of love will never ended.


Mood Board


Sweet Perfume (Sketches)


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Side view

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Top view


Sweet Perfume (Rendering)

Front view

Side view

Back view

Opend cover view


Sweet Perfume (Rendering)


ase

Collection


ICE CUBE VASE


INSPIRATION The vase is inspired by characteristic of ice cube, nearly perfect square cut and mostly crystalline transparent. from imaginary idea of cultivating in the sub zero continent comes with ice cube vase that can be placed the stem of any flowers in its centrally tubular tube. The structure itself consists of 5 cubes overlap top to end and rotate 22.5 degree clockwise, therefore the top view of it will resemble pedals of Flower and the shape will look like bending and curving of flower stalk. with those structures and nearly transparent characteristic give the stem of flower in this vase seen by everyone as it is curved and grown in the ice.


Orthographic view

Front view

Top view

Side view


Rendering


Rendering Vase ice cube on outdoor table


Rendering Vase ice cube on coffee table


l o o h c S e s a V


Inspiration

This vase comes from the idea of the stationary equipment, bringing back user’s memory to the school. The school vases are designed in 3 types, first one is inspired by chalkboard making vase like a rectangle box which can be drawn or written with chalk or colored pencil on front and back side of black board surface, the user can desire to create many idea on this vase, for example; short note, drawing picture or even playing with flower in the vase. Another vase is pencil vase, from the shape of the pencil which is long, hexagonal shape and colored pencil sharp end, immitate all but the top end can be screwed from the pencil, using it as colored chalk which can use with chalkboard vase. The base of this vase is a hidden magnet, making it more stable stand. The third one is the shape of ruler, but thicker than the original for putting stem of flower and standing up right position.


Orthographic view (Chalkboard inspired vase)

Chalk board in front and back

Frame material : metal(finished with chrome), aluminium, wood, plastic etc, inside water proof material

Front view

Top view

Side view


Rendering (Chalkboard inspired vase)


Orthographic view

(Pencil inspired vase)

Front view

Top view

Side view


Rendering (Pencil inspired vase)


School vase collection


TREE VASE


Inspiration

From inspiration of the tree comes with idea to merge it with vase, the or nament for plant container. The perpose of the object is showing the section of tree as growing from underground, in this vase consists of two layers, small stones and soil. In the stone layer, there is small white stones in it mimics the under neath rock f o r m a t i o n of the earth while the soil layer comprises two colors, black and velvet like green. The black color imitates the soil and the green color represent grass growing around bottom of the big tree. The vase is almost transparent allow to see the stem of the flower that is placed in it, in fact; the design is intended to emulate the big tree but reducing the scale placing into the vase.


Orthographic view

Front view

Top view

Side view


Rendering

(Tree vase in various color)


Rendering Tree vase on dinning table


Rendering Tree vase on outdoor table

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