A Whole New World is a modular system designed to replace glass windows in high-rise buildings. Glass is bulky and fragile, but also causes low energy efficiency in buildings as light enters and quickly heats up the interior. The designers propose an alternative system in which lightweight hexagonal panels are applied to the exterior, their built-in motors automatically opening or closing the panels depending on the intensity of the light hitting them.
The core of my passion for design starts at the process being mine but that the product is for others. In every project I aim to have aspects of sustainability, interaction, and creativity. The thing I love about being a designer is there are no problems you can’t fix, there are always solutions and over time the solutions just get better!moreInstagram
Stomata Space – Architecture as a respiratory system
Air purification towers to balance out industrial landscapes