A Sleep aid designed by Bayesena Dreams Studios (MNL – YYZ) as a resource educational material for an occupational therapy academic webinar on Enhanced Sleep Participation. The tracklist is mainly produced by the BDS studio.
Sensory Living Home (2021-present)
Inspired by Tadao Ando/Mies van der Rohe, the architecture is a combination of Brutalism and Sensory Integration to create a Sensory-friendly living space. The furniture is designed by BDS under the collection of Miléson Rivéria.
A competition art piece that captures the zen concept of contentment. Without revealing all the elements that compose its mystery, the art piece shows a psychological interpretation of a future where leaders are back-to-back and not killing each other. The leaders no longer lead in a cutthroat world and seek to uplift one another. A new utopian world where inclusivity is the future.
Mental Health PH Collaboration (2022)
Bayesena Dreams Studios collaborated with MentalHealthPH to launch “The Hope Exercises”. The pubmats included interesting visuals and inspiring messages that evoke introspection. Moreover, through these worksheets, the collab aimed to help respective audiences realize and rediscover their goals and/or direction for the future. All this at their own pace and through a rewarding process. This campaign encourages hope through proactive self-acceptance.
Inspired by Sou Fujimoto’s paper architecture, this student commons area has unique and interesting moments that stray away from the constraints of a dense building. The irregularly shaped windows let natural sunlight create an ephemeral effect within the space. The design is sensory-friendly as it suggests an overall playfulness and wonder.
PILLBOX UTOPIA (2022) by Nathan Osena, Ikjot Grewal, Arra Lin, Tej Dhillon
In the Symposium, a group of Athenian intellectuals were exchanging views on eros. Aristophanes proposed that the primeval man was round, but it’s divided into two, each being one individual. Humans are born incomplete and spend their life searching for the other half to achieve completion. While in modern days, being together is not a must but a choice. We recognize designing a 2-person household is more than just multiplying the capacity of space but considering two individuals’ demands. Being together is not necessarily mean the alignment of lifestyles while providing shared space, the couple could also preserve their individuality.