As a second project for Cirque du Soleil, the CRIP department asked the class to propose ideas for what Cirque could look like in the year 2020. Our team thought of a permanent establishment in the middle of a city where people could experience all of their senses to the fullest. During the day, La Kuna (meaning "the attached") is about education. Guests can take classes such as pottery, fashion, physical training, culinary, and more in true Cirque du Soleil fashion. At night, the building transforms into a party that makes it come to life. It's split off into separate sections representing the senses, with a club in the middle where you can experience all the senses. I was a part of the brainstorming, research, and branding of the project. My team members were Katey Shelton, Agneta Ramoskaite, Siphilele Magagula, and Ted Weber.