Qianshu Fu


Product Designer,  UI/UX Designer,
Illustrator,  Rabbit
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Education: Royal College of Art-MA Design Products
Email: 2469358654@qq.com
Instagram: summerfu80
WeChat: 13520343489

Qianshu Fu


A Product & UI/UX Designer

Royal College of Art
MA Design Products



Product Design

WOW
Amethyst Garden
Earth Seed Boom
Log Party
Heya
RaimbowGap
Soft Light
Supergreen


Email: 2469358654@qq.com
Instagram: summerfu80
Weixin: 13520343489

RainbowGap


An interactive work & play station exploring father-kids relationships
This work/play station illustrates the connection and separation between the work-focused father and his children in a wage-earning family. 


RainbowGap consists of two parts: a workspace for the father and a play space for the child. They are oriented in different directions and at different heights to demonstrate the gap between the father who is occupied by work and his child who is eager to play. 


However, the different interactions between the two spaces show the connection that still exists between them. These interactions take place through pieces that connect the two spaces: the desk, footrest, and cup holders. A child who wants to get his father's attention and a father who wants a comfortable work environment need to constantly move these parts for their own comfort while disturbing each other at the same time. This illustrates the never-ending conflict, negotiation, and compromise between father and child in parenting.


RainbowGap is the predecessor of Log Party, which raised the issue of the disconnection and connection that exists between parents and children in the Chinese context. It illustrates the connection and separation between the work-focused father and his children in a wage-earning family.

And Log Party answers the question that RainbowGap presents: how to release parents and children from this subtle connection and better bring them together. It gives the answer by creating a free and inclusive shared family space.
24–09–2024