A young woman with a fresh and poetic view of design, Kiki takes a new approach; exploring the joy of “making and sketching things” by hand, without involving a computer. The project is all about the personality and emotion found within an object. By first making hundreds of sketches, 7 final objects have just “appeared” with diverse references such as wheel, cart, high clock, bird cage, niche, farm, bourgeois, primitive, complicated, rich, poor; they almost transform into 7 curiosities. Each curiosity becomes much more than just an object; it creates its own imaginary and personal world; very autonomous. Each object is an assembly of colours, forms and materials like solid wood, brass, copper, ceramics, textiles, mirror, steel. The collection represents the joy and importance of “making things” by hand without computers and really “designing by making”.