07 May 12 at 4 pm

/ Fern.weh is a german word meaning ‘a crave for travel; being homesick for a place you’ve never been.’ My thesis primarily focuses on designing experiences for the people who want to explore places they’ve never been.

One can get five senses of the destination as a box or collect each senses of places to build their own destination. It can also be collected for places you’ve been for the reminiscence. 

Once you collect your favorite six senses of places, it can become a box that you store memories of travels or puzzles to make a sensory map for your favorite destinations.
There is a saying that “If you don’t get lost, there’s a chance you may never be found.” 
Fern.weh will boost your curiosity and imagination to bring new experiences of travel.

30 Apr 12 at 9 pm

미국으로 가기 위해 한국을 떠난 것은 내 인생에서 가장 어려우면서도 중요한 경험이었다. 집을 떠나는 경험이야말로 내가 처음으로 집이라는 것 그 자체의 개념에 대해 생각하고 인식하게 해주었다. 따라서 집은 내가 그것을 더는 갖고 있지 않게 되었을 때에서야 존재하기 시작했다고 말할 수 있을 것이다. 하지만 만약 그렇다고 한다면 집은 대체 어디에, 그리고 언제 존재하는가? 한편으로는, 나는 한국에 있는 집에서 자랐을 때 집에 대해 절대 깊이 생각해본 적이 없다. 그것은 나에게 어떠한 인식도 불러일으키지 않았다. 육체적으로 볼때는…

(Source: designboom.com, via standingbetween)

home within home
24 Apr 12 at 4 pm


For just $9.99 you can purchase 100% organic canned air from Paris.

That’s a bargain in my eyes.

by Kirill Rudenko

(via myedol)

23 Feb 12 at 9 pm


tags: teabag 
23 Feb 12 at 2 pm

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22 Feb 12 at 12 pm


What makes you happy?

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50 people 1 question Paris from Stills in Motion Malmö on Vimeo.

20 Feb 12 at 11 am

/show your love

Love is universal. It is blind. It transcends language. How do you show your love?