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The design of high-quality interactive exhibits for The Mind Museum was the very reason for MVCB's founding. And after the fabrication of hundreds of exhibits for the award-winning museum, it should come as no surprise that the company's extensive expertise in this field continues to be in high demand. No...
Interactive sculptures can serve as the main centerpiece for any open space, be it in a public park, a private development, or a play area. MVCB's works fuse the best of art and engineering to build structures that instantly give...
Mark Victor Bautista, the man and the mind behind MVCB, has almost three decades of experience in conceptualizing, designing, and fabricating vehicles for a wide variety of purposes under his company Design Development Industries Inc. (DDI). His past work ranges from some of the most popular variants of the venerable...
THE DDI NETWORK
DESIGN DEVELOPMENT INDUSTRIES
Design Development Industries, or DDI, is the leader in Philippine industrial design, with almost three decades of experience in conceptualizing, designing, and building everything from vehicles to consumer products. The company's checkout counters and store systems are deployed in the stores of leading supermarkets and retailers nationwide. For those looking for products that exude excellence in form and function, make DDI your destination.
The Sky Jeepney represents the future of transportation in the Philippines. As a touring bus, its upper deck allows for the best vantage point to take in the beauty of our nation. As a mode of transport, it is specially designed for our roads and our infrastructure, offering a practical solution to heavy traffic and insufficient public transport. As a business platform, it offers unique and exciting possibilities limited only by imagination. So catch a glimpse of tomorrow and get a ride aboard the Sky Jeepney.
Mark Victor Cabili Bautista
Mark Victor Cabili Bautista is the man behind the DDI Group. He insists he is not an artist, but a designer, a tinkerer, researcher, problem-solver, and builder who has become an expert manager of time, workflow and materials. His design solutions grow out of his “less is more” philosophy. For him, form follows function; objects must be simple enough to be easily understood and must conform comfortably to human needs and interactions.