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winter┈spring 2021
TYPE Experience Design

ғɪᴇʟᴅᴡᴏʀᴋ is a tool for reflective walking created to accompany myself on explorations of my own space and identity . . . It was designed to get lost with, to be the only thing left when cornered in dim thoughts . . . You're getting pushed into a state of confrontation with the unknown, but also one of willingness by reconnecting you to the reality of the world after a period of mental and physical isolation.

Folded blanket ~ Close-up embroidery
Folded blanket ~ General view
Folded blanket ~ Close-up graphics
Unfolded blanket ~ General view
Unfolded blanket ~ General view
Ruler for reflective annotations ~ Close-up
Ruler for reflective annotations with notebook
Face A
Face B
Face B ~ Close-up
Face B ~ Close-up
Wrapped-up in protective blanket
Unfolded blanket ~ Preview
Hang-up blanket ~ Close-up graphics
Blanket set-up as a tent
Close-up on embroidery
Close-up on embroidery
Quilted details and embroidery


winter┈spring 2021
TYPE Writing, Print Design, Curation

in ɪɴᴛᴇʀsᴛɪᴄᴇ, I talk about the idea of transitioning from a contemplation state to one of creation both as individuals and as designers of cultural realities . . . The window is a frame to look through. transparent but reflective, it beautifully highlights the importance of reconsidering our implication in the creation of the things we get to look at every day.

Window with subject inthe background
General view of screenprinted window
Screenprinted window ~ Close-up
Screenprinted window ~ Close-up
Screenprinted window ~ Close-up
Screenprinted window ~ Close-up
Screenprinted window ~ Close-up
Screenprinted window ~ Close-up


winter┈spring 2021
TYPE Experience Design, Stationary Design, Experimental Design
COLLAB Laura Etherington

ᴀғᴛᴇʀ-ʜᴏᴜʀs is a prompted letter encouraging deconstructive conversations between 2 or more junior designers . . . The participants of this intimate exchange reciprocally start considering each other as linked singularities, both questioning their awareness and views of the cultural worlds they wish to shape.

Letter out of the enveloppe
Letter with elastic band
Letter first opened displaying first instructions and participants signatures
Discursive Letter ~ Graphics close-up
Discursive Letter ~ Graphics close-up
Letter layed-down as an accordion featuring particpants' exchange
Letter layed-down as an accordion featuring particpants' exchange
Discursive Letter ~ Graphics close-up
Discursive Letter ~ 3D Graphics
Discursive Letter ~ General view
Posting the letter in mailbox

Neighbourhood Play

spring 2020
TYPE Editorial Design, Video Production, Writing

Nᴇɪɢʜʙᴏᴜʀʜᴏᴏᴅ Pʟᴀʏ compiles a critical essay and a collection of 3 projects, diving into the concepts of the classroom, the museum, and the archive . . . I expand on several notions such as the impact of the social and physical environment on the everyday man's actions or possible designed experiences re-activating a sensation of togetherness and belonging.

Video Screenshot 'Treasure Hunt'
Essay front cover
Essay front cover
Essay first page
Essay front cover ~ Close-up
Video Screenshot 'Title'
Video Screenshot 'Framing action'
Video Screenshot 'Lesson 2: Power'

Museum Capsule

spring 2020
TYPE Editorial Design, Experience Design, Writing

ᴄᴀᴘsᴜʟᴇ is a publication inviting to reflect on the museum’s definition, what this institution represents, as well as to prospect unforeseen futures. . . . It was designed to blend in with its surroundings, to become an exhibition object in itself. . . . Each page of the stack guides the stroller throughout the space and help them navigate their own thoughts of what a cultural place is and could be.


spring 2020
TYPE Editorial Design, Experience Design

This interactive installation welcomes the audience to step-in and engage with the unknown craft of weaving, alongside fellow strangers . . . Their experience is guided by a set of step-by-step leaflets and accessories. The four-faceted loom emerges you in an environment made for conversation and discourse . . . Through this experience, I test out alternative ways to build a classroom environment and break down the codes teachers and learners are expected to interact through.

Privacy is Dead

winter 2019
TYPE Editorial Design, Experience Design
COLLAB Daisy Bates, Tilly Cullen, Asli Dirik

Why should we worry about the deterioration of privacy ? . . . This conceptual installation, the funerals of privacy places the public as spectator of a worrying matter: the decline of confidentiality. . . . The act of contemplation must be avoided; in this regard, the installation offers printed information to easily improve one's digital private life.

Please Disturb

autumn 2019
TYPE Textile Design, Experience Design

ᴘʟᴇᴀsᴇ ᴅɪsᴛᴜʀʙ, Conversations in Regents Park, encourages citizens to reflect upon their sense of belonging and role within the city structure. . . . This research piece seeks to engage the everyday wo/man in an ever-growing awareness of its labour and social condition within the contemporary city model . . . In a second time to shape speculative discourses surrounding the re-building of a collective common, its reality, its fiction, its futures.

Futures Times 2

summer 2019
TYPE Editorial Design, Augmented Reality, Writing

This publication evaluates results of my creative practice in relation to existing theories within the fields of design and sociology . . . I now see this project as a foundational piece, sharing my understanding and interest towards the topics of alienation through the designed environments . . . The publication combines elements of manifesto, journal, sketchbook, and portfolio.

Cyborg Poésie

spring 2019
TYPE Motion Design, Poster Design, Writing

What kind of news could carry-on more than a typical everyday story ? . . . With ᴄʏʙᴏʀɢ ᴘᴏᴇ́sɪᴇ, I wished to look beyond the usual and spark conversation over a triggering topic: humanity and body evolution. . . . A humanoid voice gives breath and strengh to Franck Swain's story and help us regain a sense of calmness over our sense of humanity.

Stories of Self

winter 2019
TYPE Experience Design, Interactive Curation, Screenprint

This project resulted in a human-size installation reflecting on identity and its many perceptions or layers . . . This investigation started with a straightforward though tricky question: does my online search history depicts who I am? No representation is perfect. Image, as well as thoughts and intentions are intrinsically biased: the real, imaginary and imagined constantly clashing . . . (a) The online presence (b) The private browser (c) Other's assumptions (d) The egocentric self.

Rosa Kim AW⒅

winter 2018
TYPE Editorial Design, Artistic Direction, Photography
COLLAB Jaehee Joie Cho, Monica Perez Vega

Joie and I undertook Rosa Kim collection's portraiture through the lens of a hybrid magazine, compiling interview quotes and analog photographs. . . . Rosa is a menswear fashion designer inspired by the mundane street experience, in particular by industrial textures and edifices.