video cassettes / memorabilia.
During a clean up of the house, we were questioning what to do with all the old stuff we had. Technology has updated so rapidly and these chunky cassettes seemed to have an uncertain future in our house.
I thought of documenting these in a creative way, lest we forget the special memories associated with each cassette. In other words - prepping for having these to be deemed as artefacts and showing the young, curious minds of the future what was up 'back in my day'. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Set up a mini photoshoot for this, graphical elements are paper crafts. The idea was to contrast something so old with a modern design which is bold and colourful. Some editting to undo the fact that I do not have a studio at home lol.
[YEAR TWO] Tai O (link in bio for more info!) ————————————————————————— Spatial Typologies – This year’s studio focuses on the study of the adaption of the local buildings in Hong Kong. Students studied the site – Tai O Fishing Village – and it’s vernacular architecture, the design and the development of the construction method and material usage, how all this affect the living or working environment for the local people and change the composition of the whole neighborhood and study the process of change by which the local resident or worker becomes better suited to its environment.————————————————————————— #polyudesign#2019#schoolofdesign#environmentalandinteriordesign#interiordesign#lighting#modelling#competition#archistudents