The book On the power of creativity provides an overview of Studio Sonda’s fifteen years of work and activity. It tells the story about how a self-initiated project led to the existence of a creative studio that boasts award winning and globally represented projects. Moreover, Studio Sonda is situated in a village of only about 300 people, Vižinada (Istria), where it significantly affects the development of the environment in which it operates.
At the Weekend Media Festival the project ‘Art directed by nature’ was selected as the best by the jury, as the best foreign project and as the best BalCannes project in general
Sonda’a presentation ‘Stories that go down easily’ as part of international manifestation of Pazin Ethnographic museum: Challenges to drinking culture in Istria
Exhibition and book promotion: ‘On the power of creativity’ – Studio Sonda, at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Istria in Pula. Opening and party, September 20th at 7 pm.
After winning the Croatian Young Lions Competition at the Days of Communication, team members of Studio Sonda represented Croatia at the global Cannes Young Lions Competition in Cannes
The first Cannes Lion for Studio Sonda, and the second one in Croatia’s history ever, was awarded for the Piquentum wine project, a wine selection collected for 6 years in collaboration with the Meteorological Institute
At the competition Ideja X, held in Rovinj within the framework of Days of communication, Studio Sonda was awarded the Grand Prix, gold and silver Ideja X and Studio Sonda’s young talents won the Gran Prix at the Young Lions competition.
Two of our works are present on the Japanese market: Piquentum wines and Elan skis. Maybe that was the reason for their interview with us, but, on the occasion, it was nice to introduce some other of our works as well, our creative processes…
It’s so important and marvelous when it is about a hairdo, but all of a sudden so disgusting when you find it in the soup… At the same time, from a historical, mythological and economic point of view, it’s indeed vey important: the Hair! The Ethnographic museum of Istria has set up an unusual exhibition studying the importance of the intriguing concept of hair. The authors are Tamara Nikolić Đerić and Ivona Orlić.
We had the opportunity to design a product about which we had until recently not even known it existed, and that is actually absolutely necessary for the interior contractors to install a ceramic tile floor simply and adequately. Small and powerful, worth at least like another pair of hands… it immediately reminded us of some kind of super hero