Jingyi Zhou is a product designer from China who graduated in product design from Wuhan University of Technology. She believes that design is a derivative of humanism and is guided by technology. She is concerned with the essential laws of things and the nature of man, and likes to explore the connection between man and nature. She also looks critically and cautiously at any kind of technological change in life, and faces every design challenge with curiosity and a spirit of adventure.
Jingyi focuses on the concept of nature and attempts to explore different forms of human-nature connections. In this project, jingyi questions the repression of human nature and the bondage of behaviour in the context of the industrial age, where working hours are drastically lengthened, where individuals experience discomfort from using products of the same size, and where urban sprawl leads to a gradual drift away from the natural environment in terms of time and distance.
What if there existed a way for people to liberate themselves from the shackles of extreme order, rigidity, sharpness, and monotony that permeate the office environment by having an experience characterized by disorder, softness, organic forms, and limitless flexibility to forge a profound connection with their primal instincts and innate desires once again？