Senses and Memory are deeply intertwined, from the creation of memory to the reminiscence of it. Senses are the bridge between an individual and the environment. Through emersion of experience design, the importance of senses is revived, and revitalizing the use of perception in general public. The connection, between senses and memory, is no longer limited within nature, but rather a potential for innovation.

In urban setting, people grew insensitive to daily repetition of chaotic stimulations. This causes disconnection from the fundamental instincts, all possessed. Although it is the easiest one to trick, sight is the sense people relied on most. In creating an imprinting experience, the integrated senses generate unique memories. Through experiencing positive stimuli, the positive imprinted memories could be recalled. Although the experiences differ in different demographics, the main objective is to create new memories from seeds of nostalgia.

Shapes Through focusing on the refinement of the classics, the overall silhouettes are kept clean but with elements of interaction. For relaxed occasions, the fit could be more forgiving. In the case of asymmetrical shapes, the balance is still key.

  • Refined Classics
  • Manipulatable
  • Balanced

Materials The luxury of the trend is prominently expressed through the selection of textiles. The refinery of the classics is re-purposed for contemporary functions and tactile pleasures.

  • Textile Luxury
  • Contemporary functions
  • Tactile Pleasures

Details Details are less decorative and ornamental, but with senses of purpose and function. Slightly altered elements help create newness to the classic shapes.

  • Interactive
  • Essentials
  • Functional

Colors Tranquilizing natural shades of indigo, earth tones and greens are giving the sense of wholesome agelessness. With additional subtle neutral of red and green add sophisticated contrast to the palette.