I am a creative interior and architectural designer committed to making spaces functional and relaying a unique narrative to clients. I am well versed in discussing client briefs, developing design concepts, and working team-based and independently. I turn spaces into literal pieces of art! I believe in a strong work ethic and a positive attitude towards challenges. I am looking for an opportunity that will let me build a solid professional foundation.
Ksubi’s brand itself is full of creativity and life. Young at heart and youthful. The research started based on Ksubi’s famous product- denim. Denim was produced back in the 19th century, the period of the Industrial Revolution (a significant movement that was an era of mass production). Mass production is usually associated with factories. My creative ideas were extracted from the film in the 19th century, Metropolis. It has influenced my design decisions. The overall design features an industrialism grit with a little bit of futurism.
Nintendo Company started with a vision of bringing people together, and ever since, it has tried to achieve this in multiple ways. It has also introduced industry icons that have become well-known, namely Mario, Donkey Kong, Metroid, Zelda, and Pokémon. Verner Panton inspired the overall design thinking. I wanted the office to be more than just functional. I sought out users’ individual experiences and the brand’s narrative. The boldness of materiality, lighting and furniture was curated selectively. The colour red might seem controversial, but it is derived from a symbolic interpretation of the brand itself. Red is considered vibrant, stimulating, and exciting. The design language of this office accommodates human psychology. Employees will not wish to go to a “boring” office.