Wake is a card-based board game designed to stimulate the memories and bodies of elderly people suffering from Alzheimers. The facilitator can easily adapt the game.
Sleep On It is an educational mural located at one of Shanghai’s subway station exits – it illustrates the negative effects linked to stress and the human body’s need for sleep.
Apicalm concludes a three-way contract between bees, alternative medicine and joint pain sufferers.
Jing is a connected object for improving the experience of napping by perfectly synchronizing sleep and music
Qing Che, synonymous with purity, gives a luxurious distinction to the ancestral Chinese alcoholic beverage called baijiu. Inside the Qing Che shop, customers can create their own customised baijiu by choosing the grain type and fermentation time, etc.
At their busiest times, Chinese hospitals are similar to airports. With patients and visitors often frustrated or anxious, the tracking and guidance system for moving around hospitals should offer reassurance.
Reconciling Shanghai’s inhabitants with the river
Providing pleasure craft in China