A few simple rackets and tennis balls may seem silly at first sight on a design studio website, but that's not exactly the case. Figuratively speaking, this installation explains how design thinking works. In a dirsurptive and sometimes disorganised way it is possible to create and reach the intended goal.
In the case of this installation, after organisation, comes disruption, which allows us to observe objects from new points of view, how they behave in different ways, so that we can create again and organisation becomes the motto.
Design thinking has often represented the creative process, which despite not being an exact science, has procedures that allow us to respond to the constant challenges that a creative/designer is subject to. Only in this way we can advance creatively to reach new levels of evolution and answers that society needs.