The NUS Industrial Design Gradshow 2015 was designed and fabricated for the display of the graduating thesis works, as well as selected works from the school in the National Design Center in Singapore.
This design is meant to resemble floating boxes, with white legs blending into the background and stark black structure "framing" the student projects. A hoisted information board lit by discreet LEDs also adds to the effect, making the exhibition an effective communication medium for student works.
Designed with Nigel Geh, Albert Lee and Akbar Yunos.
Design Future/Now 2017
In partnership with the Singapore Design Week 2017, the School of Design and Environment at The National University of Singapore presents a 2 part exhibition featuring works by students of the Division of Industrial Design and research investigation conducted by the Design Incubation Centre.
The exhibition was designed, curated and set up by the team at the Design Incubation Centre, with Art Direction by Patrick Chia.
DIC Team: Yuta Nakayama, Willie Tay, Jonathan Chinen, Gloria Ngiam and Naroth Murali.
PART I – Design Future/Now
Featuring a selection of recent works by students and practicing alumnus of the Division of Industrial Design, this exhibition aims to provide a snapshot of the future and now of design practice and design education in Singapore.
PART II- Priming of the Classroom Experience
This is an in-progress exhibition of a probe project being conducted by the Design Incubation Centre.
Drawing on insights gain from cognitive science, space design, physiological and physiological research, this project explores and aims to propose new possible conditions for the optimum learning and teaching.
Canberra Creative Learning Space
This project was commissioned by Canberra Primary School for the Design Incubation Centre to conceptualize and design. The objective was to create a space for their Student Leaders to call home and be productive in, and we started with a co-design workshop coupled with our Priming Strategies to inform the final design of the space.