The future is not fixed. It is created by our ideas and our actions, our understanding of the past and our ambitions for tomorrow.
Within the pages of this book, meticulously designed to mirror the intricate harmonies of our performance space, you will encounter a fusion of sound, emotion, and visual artistry. Our Opera House has been a haven for creativity, and this installation is a tribute to the profound connections between music, culture, and the human spirit.
Welcome to a showcase of creativity, where design meets insights and where Geneva’s artistic pulse comes to life. As you journey through this webpage, you’ll step into the world of a meticulously crafted report on the artistic industry in Geneva, Switzerland.
Working collaboratively, we tackled the challenge of presenting intricate data and insights in an engaging manner. The result was a report that not only respected the content but also facilitated understanding, empowering readers to grasp the nuances of humanitarian leadership in a changing world.
Through this collaboration, I’ve once again witnessed how design, when combined with a clear vision and effective teamwork, can bridge the gap between complex information and its audience, making a lasting impact on those who engage with the Position Paper.
In a world driven by data, where information is power, the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) embarked on a monumental endeavour to reshape the landscape of data management. A 700-page magnum opus, the IFRC Data Playbook, stands as a testament to ambition, collaboration, and the unyielding pursuit of excellence.
In the realm of design, some projects require not only creativity but also discretion and trust.
How many people could be in need of humanitarian support following climate-related disasters by 2030 and 2050 if the world does not urgently invest in climate adaptation measures today? And what could the financial cost be for governments and donors supporting an already overstretched humanitarian system?
Layout for an art exhibition review, at the gallery Le Labo, Geneva.
It is one of the most important publication in the humanitarian landscape. I am proud to have been able to design this extremely important piece of analysis around the complex problem of dealing with major disasters all around the world.