TRANSPORTA is an edutainment platform that creates fun and engaging experiential journey with the use of multi sensorial technologies. The unassuming entrance to the secret portal is designed and strategically located, blending into the environment to create a sense of mystery for visitors. The experiential installations are not only immersive and visually captivating, it is also educational and informative. Through this multi-sensory and interactive journey that combines art and science, visitors get to learn and play at the same time.
The four storylines connected by the each seasons are directed by the 3-D character, variety of sculptures and the photo zone where the five senses can be experienced, making customers and children feel Lotte World Mall as a fairy tale world where customers can experience instead of simply shopping mall.
This project is to design the inaugural ‘In the Arena Award’ presented to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in November 2018 at The University of Texas at Austin. Team of ten design students from wkrm design under the creative direction from the professor, worked together to conceptualize the award to recognize those who have dedicated their lives to public service. The physical award and its case, overall branding, promotional collateral, and letterpressed program and citation were designed and fabricated by students team in-house.
This production involves more than 200 square metres of screens. Volumetric lighting and complex decorations immerses the audience into a new galaxy, that no one has seen or imagined before. Light and sound effect power is measured in thousands of megawatts; and all performances are based on futuristic technologies. This show has been a great success among viewers of all ages and constantly sold out to full houses.So far 19 countries have applied and are waiting to see the world tour of this magical show.
Feel the vineyard is an exhibition held in Hong Kong which is the most influential wine and spirits trade fair in the Asia Pacific. The theme of the design is Winery and material selection mainly focus on wood, grass, and metal. The design provided a professional and high-end image to the visitors. Because of the space limitation, the cabinet was designed in wired metal which increases the visual spacing and flexibility of display. Moreover, aroma wall and wine bar were the features of this exhibition. The visitor could experience the featured smells of wine which are produced from Australia.
The custom-fabricated Tiny House is a mobile bar designed to be a physical manifestation of the "House of Suntory" brand and created to bring an immersive experience symbolizing Japanese hospitality. It features two micro bars serving luxuriously crafted cocktails in an intimate setting inside the house, while a hospitality lounge outside features a highball bar for guests during their wait to get inside. The outdoor area includes interactive elements such as a kinetic sand table, a bamboo wishing tree, lounge furniture, a TV for brand content, and a spiral staircase to the roof.
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