Human-centred design thinking is applied in reconsidering the Space's market positioning, organizational structure, user experience and space planning, which takes innovation in all directions to a new level by not only satisfying users' needs but also enhancing library staff's value in the larger context of transformative development. To create proper user space experience is to contrive a better, interactive and dynamic status in context, in combination with the current Shanghai Library Innovation Space.
Bear was created with the goals of raising awareness of the need for end-of-life conversations and providing a way for people to have something that represents their loved one to help ease the emotional struggle of bereavement. Bear is a platform that allows people to create a Time Pod and prepare for the unknown. Users can add future messages, design how they want to be remembered and customize a Time Pod to help comfort their loved one when they're no longer around.
Welcome is a solidarity collection of jewelry made from the razor wire installed on border walls. The stainless steel spikes are hand polished, plated in 24 Karat Gold and transformed into cuff-links, earrings, necklaces and bracelets for everyone, crossing all geographic, ethnic and age lines. All proceeds are donated to UNHCR, the United Nation's Refugee Agency.
The book illustrated the life stories of an ADHD child and his family, not only helped public to understand the practical problems faced by the family, but also to empathise with the SEN children and their parents regarding their struggles by using different colour filters to look through the inner world of the characters (Red–reflects the SEN child, Green–reflects their parents, Blue–reflects public) in the book. It is expected that the public can have more understanding and acceptance.
Upon entering the Mirror House in Hanoi’s Reunion Park, visitors are swept into the depths of the ocean as they explore the wonders and beauty of the sea. Brilliant colored ceramic mosaic murals feature snails, starfish, sea anemones and a wide array of tropical fish. Mirrors add a sense of magic and intrigue. This experience was captured by painter Nguyen Thu Thuy and her colleagues in a 3D artistic expression. Being able to develop a deep appreciation for public art is rare in Vietnam, but Thu Thuy is breaking the barriers.
Recently, the Mirror House is changed to a fascinate ceramic mosaic tiles seascape in Hanoi’s Reunion Park . Tremendous sea murals is capturing the World famous Ha Long Bay and Truong Sa waves cover the entire exterior of the house. The interior takes the visitor on a magical undersea journey showcasing sea life using 3D mosaic murals with more than 50 mirrors adding delight for everybody. The snail shape of the house provides a unique setting for exploring the magic and beauty of sea.