In autumn 2011 Luki Huber moderated a creativity workshop for customers in the department store Isetan in Tokyo, Japan. With the visual language of the maps and help of a translator, the gathered crowd was invited to participate in an idea generation process. Ranging from students to seniors, the audience stood out for their drawing skills!
Manual Thinking is used for the idea generation, concept creation and proyect management of the range of products designed by Luki Huber for the Spanish kitchenware brand Lékué. On this map an overview is visualized of the products created between 2006 and 2010, amongst which the lemon squeezer, decopen and family of steamcases.