Sets of textured and tactile cutlery that have been inspired by the investigation into investment casting and an understanding that any organic material such as leather and cork can be burned out the same way wax can be.
MATAERIAL – a brand new method of additive manufacturing. This patent-pending method allows for creating 3D objects on any given working surface independently of its inclination and smoothness, and without a need of additional support structures. Conventional methods of additive manufacturing have been affected both by gravity and printing environment: creation of 3D objects on irregular, or non-horizontal surfaces has so far been treated as impossible.
Focused on materiality and craft, proportion and production. The making of controls the shape of the glass and works similar to a three-dimensional sketch, resulting in individual glassware.
Till 1st Septembre 2013 One of a Kind
Centro Centro .. Plaza de la Cibeles 1. 28014 Madrid
ONE OF A KIND is a exhibition that demonstrates the importance of design
activating agent contemporary economy, social and culture change,
beyond the aesthetic and formal.
Benjamin Hubert Studio designed Innofa 3D Stretch textile over metal framework with minimal PU foam.
Schemata Architects / Jo Nagasaka designed a shop for Papabubble, a world-famous brand of artistic hand-made candies based in Barcelona. This is their first shop to be opened at major department stores in Japan.
Today we present the first film of series based on hand made items within the Yorkshire region in the United Kingdom. The Series will explore the personal lives of the people and families that bring these items to life either for a hobby or profession.
Tony Slinger, a bespoke shoe maker spares his time to speak about his career history and the traditional methods used for producing some of Yorkshires finest leather shoes.
NeoLucida is the first portable camera lucida to be manufactured in nearly a century — and the lowest-cost commercial camera lucida ever designed.
The Iceland Whale Bone Project” offers experimental research based on bones of beached whales collected by ECAL Product Design Master students. This work was initiated on the occasion of a workshop in Iceland with designer Brynjar Sigurðarson.
The “B vs. U Collection” is a series of objects that are handcrafted out of soft materials like neoprene and latex.
Botanicus Interacticus creates a magical experience through the non-invasive instrumentation of living plants. Aurora like particles are emitted around different plants, triggered and transformed by gestures and proximity between the human and the living organism. A range of plants such as a bamboo, an orchid, a snake plant and a custom build artificial one were explored, where each plant presented its unique interactive, visual and auditive character.
New York Adorned is a collective tattoo studio and jewelry store which believes in the power of individual creativity and collaborative effort.
Most of us have a basic/uninteresting chair at home. Instead of spending money buying a new chair, why not dress up an old one? unZIP is an reinvention of the conventional chair cover.
Else is a project dealing with the gaps between craft and design. The aim of this project was to create different and authentic ceramic surfaces. By creating a different working technique that does not require molds she was able to design free forms that are not restricted by parting lines and pouring points, she was also able to get different and diverse surfaces. By using sponge models and dipping them into especially composed porcelain mix the mold was eliminated from the process and a new kind of surface was created.
The user becomes the producer as well as the consumer through a system that invites him/her to perform as a human statue, with a free personal souvenir as a reward