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ZEYNEP SEN .

INTERDISCIPLINARY DESIGNER Phone | 416 路 838 路 8556 Email | zeynepsen@me.com Portfolio | www.zeysen.com

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Schiele Exhibit Exhibition Design


EVOKING EMOTION

An exhibition design proposal for the works of Austrian painter Egon Schiele, who is famous for his erotic and often eerie paintings. The exhibit aims to create a stimulating experience for the visitors. The installation pieces; two ceiling pieces and Insides Hallway, aim to enhance Schiele’s work by providing an opportunity to the visitors to not only look, but also touch and feel. The proposed space consist of three separate areas: • An area with his early paintings that mainly focuses on sexuality as a subject matter • An area that highlights his later work, which consist of portraits • A screening room for Exzess und Bestrafung, a biographical movie This exhibit highlights Schiele’s early work. The visitors have to go through ‘Insides Hallway’ to reach Schiele’s most intimate and sensual early work.

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Final Model Schiele Exhibit


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Process One of the distinctive qualities of Schiele’s work, was his brush strokes. Took, Edith Schiele in a Striped Dress as a departure point, and decided to mimic his brush strokes for this exhibit.

Portrait of Edith Schiele in a Striped Dress, 1915


ENYA System // Service Design

Image Source: Tumblr


URBAN CAMPFIRE A campfire is a social magnet and Enya aims to be just that, in a condominium setting. Enya is an entertainment cooking system for condominiums to enhance the social aspect of cooking and sharing a meal with others. It recreates the experience of gathering around the fire to give people an excuse to get together and connect at the comfort and style of their condominium. As we all know, the urban landscape is changing effecting the family sizes, rituals and choices. Even though we are ever more connected through social media, in 2010 Canada, face to face socializing declined to 59% 1. Enya is an excuse to socialize and connect with others.

1 General Social Survey: Time use. Statistics Canada: The Daily, Tuesday, July 12, 2011.

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Final Product Details

CAST IRON Cooking Surface TEAK SLATE Stain & Smell Proof Eating Area

STAINLESS STEEL Surfaces

HIDDEN CASTERS for an Aesthetically Pleasing Smooth Navigation


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FLOOR PLAN OF AN EXISTING THE PARTY ROOM, WHERE RESIDENTS CAN BOOK AN ENYA STATION WHEN THEY DECIDE TO HOST.

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Process

ROLE DU

KITCHEN LAYOUT

PERFO O

IMPORTA

TASK ANALYSIS

INSIGHTS

METAPHOR

US & EM

GAT T

TECHNOLOGY REASONS OF COOKING

TO EN

A FORM

VIR

DIGITAL PLANET ALWAYS ON CULTURE

DRIVERS

PROHIBITION CULTURE CULTURE OF SCARCITY MASS URBANIZATION

LAC C

CONN SOCIAL

CHAN

CHA & ENVIRO

%60 LIVI

INFREQ COLLABORATIVE CONSUMPTION

ART + S BECOMI

GASTROTAINMENT

NOT ABSOL

TRENDS

STUFFOCATION

SEE PURPOS NEO VILLAGING

FEE DUE T ENTERTAINMENT

FOOD EXP

-E


URING A SOCIAL EVENT

ORMATIVE ASPECT OF THE KITCHEN

ANCE OF EFFICIENCY

Highlights of the methods used throughout the project were: Experience Mapping, Case Studies, Stakeholder Need Analysis, Task Analysis, Market Research, User Scenarios, Brand Identity, Service / System Strategy, Interaction Design

SERS’ PHYSICAL MOTIONAL NEEDS

THERING AROUND THE CAMPFIRE

NTERTAIN GUESTS

OF SELF EXPRESSION PLEASURE

RTUAL VILLAGE

CK OF PHYSICAL CONNECTION

NECTED THROUGH L MEDIA NETWORKS

NGE IN FAMILY SIZE

ANGE IN SOCIAL ONMENTAL BEHAVIOUR

ING IN URBAN AREAS

SHARING QUENTLY USED ITEMS

SCIENCE OF EATING ING ENTERTAINMENT

OWNING UNLESS LUTELY NECESSARY

EKING SHARED SEFUL EXPERIENCES

ELING ISOLATED TO DIGITAL PLANET

PERIENCES BECOMING -DYNAMIC -THEATRICAL EXPERIENTIAL

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RBC CONNECT Service Design

Image: Flickr


GIVING BACK TO THE COMMUNITY LEVERAGING SOCIAL NETWORKS TO ENHANCE CUSTOMER SERVICE EXPERIENCE RBC Connect is a mentorship program that leverages social networks to make a difference in the community. It aims to connect industry professionals with university students who feel unsure about their potential future. Personal Responsibility for High Performance and Working Together to Succeed are some of RBC Royal Bank’s core values. This program takes the matter in hand by playing a direct role in the community for a more successful, connected youth.

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Process


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Second Skin Interactive Costume Design


RESPONDING TO MOVEMENT

An interactive light costume that ignites curiosity Second Skin is an interactive costume that reacts to user’s speed of rotation and altitude. The first prototype has two modes that can be activated by a switch on the main board. The faster the costume is rotated, the brighter LEDs get, also reacts to the speed in which the altitude changes. The final costume is made sheer fabric, special effects silicone, LEDs, sensors, cables and a wire around the edges for structure.

Designed by Delphine Piault, Coline Fontaine, Marlene Fischer, Nina Wester and Zeynep Sen for Live Art Installations in collaboration with Studio Diffus, in 2011 Copenhagen.

* press to Play the video

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Final Costume

Karina Tengberg

*Karina Tengberg


LIGHT BEHAVIOUR Rotation Mode

in 7 seconds

from full intensity to fade

Tilt Mode

Light movement only in one direction with a ‘pouring’ effect

Plan View Plan View

Arduino board

Arduino board

SensorsSensors

zone 1

zone 1

Battery

zone 5

zone 5

Battery

zone 4

zone 4

zone 6 zone 2

zone 6 zone 3

zone 2 zone 3

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Process

The departure points were the ribbon used in rhythmic gymnastics and ‘The Walker ‘ that we got to see during the trip to Otto Bock in Berlin. We perceived them to be both effortless and beautiful. The brainstorming sessions, material explorations, sketch models, prototype testing sessions informed the final piece.


Light Behavior Trial

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Muji Chess Set Product Design

Image: http://upload.wikimedia.org/ wikipedia/commons/d/db/Chess_players_in_park,_kiev_1.JPG


TIME TO PLAY

An excuse to spend time with one another

The cardboard Muji Chess Set aims to bring two people together to enjoy each other’s company. The final piece is made of corrugated card board and produced through laser cutting to avoid waste material. The chess board also acts as a storage unit for the pieces and can be flipped over when done using.

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Final Model


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Process MUJI's core values, aesthetics, product range along with target customer segment were researched to develop a new product for the brand. MUJI is distinguished by its minimalism, emphasis on recycling, and avoidance of waste in production and packaging and these also were the departure points for this project.

Simplicity Minimal Packaging

Plainness

Pure No Logo

Minimal Design User Friendly

Function

Sharing

Minimal Waste


PLAINNESS BARE

REDUCTIONIST

HARMONY

ESSENTIALS MINIMALIST

BALANCED

SHARING PURE

JOYFUL

MINIMAL PACKAGING

USER FRIENDLY CONSIDERATE

HIGH-VALUE

MINIMAL WASTE

NO LOGO REASONABLY PRICED

SUSTAINABLE

MODEST ORDINARY

FUNCTION MINIMAL DESIGN

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