Spotted! Liang Yanjie

Liang Yanjie is a recent graduate of the Industrial Design course at NUS. “I enjoy the process of designing and relish the joy of seeking inspirations from seemingly unrelated areas when thinking about my designs,” he adds. “I am currently trying to increase the experience/knowledge/adventure quotient in my life.”

About his design: “Conventional cable tools are usually laborious and ineffective and Wisteria attempts to solve the problem, bringing a touch of nature indoors at the same time by allowing users to “grow their own electronic garden”. Users are able to express themselves with the number of modules, arranging the modules and arranging the cables eventually. Wisteria can also be used to hang small items such as jewellery or act as a wall decoration or a wall partition.”

Wisteria received a Merit Award at the 2009 Furniture Design Awards, and was one of the shortlisted entries at the “the intelligent hand” competition organized by designboom & MACEF.



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