KASA produces high-impact interactive experiences for cultural, corporate, and public spaces. Our multimedia installations engage audiences through storytelling, technology, and design.

As committed collaborators, we value a strategic and exploratory approach to design that brings the best ideas to life. We represent the synergy of three award-winning, international design agencies: Kudos, Conduit, and Whatever, that have been collaborating on a range of highly complex projects for over two decades.

Poster House Museum
New York
Nike
Manila
Google Translate
New York
Harley Davidson
Milwaukee
Cirque du Soleil
Las Vegas
Katy Perry
World Tour
Tribeca Film Festival
New York
National Museum of the American Indian
Washington DC
Corning Museum of Glass
New York
Max Mara
Osaka
Barneys
New York
National Museum of Nature and Science
Tokyo
National Museum of Western Art
Tokyo
Peabody Essex Museum
Massachusetts
7-Eleven
Taipei
Type Directors Club
Jakarta

Founders

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John Kudos
KUDOS Design Collaboratory™
Focus: 2D Design, UX Design, Branding, Typography, Environmental Graphics
Location: New York, Jakarta

John Kudos is an interdisciplinary designer whose work embraces graphic design, strategy, and technology. He uses collaboration and experimentation to design brand identities, publications, websites, user interfaces, interactive installations, motion, signage, and exhibitions.

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Robert de Saint Phalle
Conduit
Focus: 3D Design, Exhibition, Engineering, Industrial Design, Production
Location: Boston, New York

Robert de Saint Phalle’s cross-disciplinary practice focuses on combining physical and virtual experiences. His unique approach blends industrial design, architecture, and engineering; leveraging some of the latest advances in digital visualization and fabrication.

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Masashi Kawamura
Whatever Inc.
Focus: Storytelling, Creative Technology, Creative Direction, Film, Motion
Location: Tokyo, New York, Taipei

Masashi Kawamura uses his background in coding and film directing to seamlessly meld technology with storytelling. He has earned countless international awards including Creativity magazine’s “Creative 50” and Fast Company’s “100 most creative people in business”.