Gaia is a majestic marvel of design for the empowered Goddess of modern society. Opulence and provocative were the key elements that synthesize together to form an exceptional presence. The transition from the 'horned-wings' into the 'omega' chain gives this piece a dynamic silhouette beyond the boundaries of jewelry design.
Maxplo is the Max All Weather Concept Tire developed for invincible environment, location and weather. A intersectional large tread blocks and stable shoulder blocks provide responsive handling, high-speed stability and traction on dry roads, while circumferential and three dimensional grooves are aimed to pump water out from under the tire's footprint to minimize hydroplaning and wet traction. The tire's internal structure reinforced to change the wide groove and enhance handling, high speed capability and ride quality on snow, mud road.
In this highly advanced technology world, as an industrial designer one must be open to a new possibility. This concept focuses mainly on how "Generation Y" design to live. It's a classic desire for urban dwellers for an opportunity to change their rural idyll without sacrificing their metropolitan lifestyle. With this conundrum, this project gives urban dwellers to see how one redefine the future of living spaces. The main focus of this project is to build a unit that compasses a move on spiral track that predetermine timeline.
This product is a new type of all-in-one tire wheel which can be used semipermanently by continuously refilling the tread part which is related to life span of tire. Users can use this product semipermanently by reproducing tread blocks continuously with inserting refill type tread compound in the wheel whenever tread is worn-out. Thanks to this eco-friendly product, Use of raw materials for making tire unnecessarily and amount of discarded tires can be reduced.
The „Desert Butterfly Resort“ is intended as an artificial oasis which can be situated in every desert landscape that leaves the nature as untouched as possible. Lived-in sculpture based predominantly on air, which seams to be lost in an endless sand ocean. This type of architecture provides a new interpretation of the old human assimilation into the desert.
Design concept follows the idea that buildings are not simply physical objects, but artifacts with meaning or signs dispersed across some larger social text. The museum itself is an artifact and a vessel that supports the idea of the journey. The perforation of the sloped ceiling reinforces the solemn atmosphere of the deep sea and the large windows offer a contemplative view of the ocean. By optimizing the maritime-themed environment and combining it with breathtaking underwater views, the museum reflects in a sincere manner its function.