This project is for a competition to design an Indian heritage museum in Singapore.
The aim of the concept was to create a building that houses all aspects of the brief with a unique look quoting from Indian culture. One good example is the main facade which has stairs connecting the different levels. These stairs are ordered in such a way that they refer to the famously stepped wells of Rajasthan in India. A local Singaporean Indian artist was asked to do the mural painting.
HEMA TOILET BRUSH
This toilet brush was designed for a competition organized by the Dutch department store Hema.
The concept was to make an eco-friendly toilet brush. The head of the brush is made of a standard Hema dishwashing brush and therefor could easily be replaced if needed. The main material used is wood for it’s natural bacterial killing capabilities and the drip or liquid collector is made of a standard tin preserved-food can.