Darlie Lau Studio produced the complex integration of abstract Dax stock index through a 3D computer program. A three-dimensional database has been created and joined in German design elements including classic and contemporary style, and focusing on substantive form and material selection. A new aesthetic curve is formed by ups and downs data points and delivered to the lattice structure on the surface of the table support, coupled with the acute changes in the upright structure, forming not only the refraction of light, but also the beauty of industrial production. Complicated and messy data are integrated into simple and aesthetic industrial products, and the production meets the needs of existing and historical morphology coupled with contemporary techniques and a new mode of design.
DarlieLauâ€™s vibrant imagination and his continued ability to innovate and take a fresh approach to a seamless blending of East and West is what keeps his work relevant and increasingly in demand across all continents. Therefore,he always tries to achieve the maximum out of the minimum by breaking every idea down to its essential elements, trying in this way to develop products based on usability analysis, materiality, sustainability and visual reduction process. Precise lines and geometrical shapes give user a distinct impression. Design is about object, but more about people.The research design is a selective, precise and smooth in the collective images of each joint as to inject into the objects. We try to find inspiration from various environments stretching from the human to the culture, through analysing and processes. Our vision is to combine construction, function and form to enrich the everyday experience. A feasible design could not be done only by a designer. Be passionate, not afraid of failure, and just love what we do. We want each design to offer something extra, discovered by the user little by little. â€œThrough communication with engineers,users and products, the design concepts not just can be transformed into real products, but also the industrial production of beauty.â€ - DarlieLau