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The Anatomy of Fendi by Helena Karelson & Nic Wallenberg

Students from the Royal College of Art’s renowned Design Products Department were invited to create temporary window and in-store displays incorporating innovative uses of FENDI’s signature craftsmanship techniques along with discarded materials.

The Presence of Absence by Milena Kling

In observation of traces, the work “THE PRESENCE OF ABSENCE” by graduate Milena Kling emphasizes the potential of the invisible, which stimulates our imagination. The project present new haptic and visual qualities by reinterpreting common production strategies of mouth-blown glass.

Cooking Applications by Casper Tolhuisen

Today we present Collection by Casper Tolhuisen. The food project is based on the creation of a set of tools in order to imitate the mass production processes and experiment with new ways to cook food. Thus, as it can be seen, the main focuses of it are both experimentation and design process.

Award Ei! by Hansel Schloupt and Oriol Castellar

Hatching from the egg, the birth and awakening of a chicken ready to face the real hard life after a formation and maturation process . A similar process as a student designer, for this reason the Award Ei! has born.

Gentleman’s Thing by Steven Visser

Steven Visser is a recent graduate from the Artez academy in Arnhem. He created the collection ‘A Gentleman’s Thing’ because he felt that today’s street wear in certain ways mirrors the efforts for self presentation of the gentleman from back in the days.

Ou Pack – Jonas Feliu Rodriguez

Ou pack project by Jonas Feliu Rodriguez was born from the idea of a closer packaging to the consumer, which is not limited to package the product itself: it must project a set of values that have often been forgotten or disused when packaging design: the ritual, the stimulation and pleasure, reconciliation of body and mind, animism and food as primary need. It is a new way to understand the packaging and how it interacts with food and the consumer.

Secret signals by Rogier Arents

Secret Signals is a project where the result is a short movie is made for a plant study at the University of Amsterdam, they research the way defense mechanisms of plants work. The movie shows one of their findings: a plant’s defense against a plague of mites

Ephemera III – The destruction of physical typography by Bogidar Mascareñas

Ephemera III – “What has been accumulated will be exhausted” relies on the fact that the enormous amount of elements presented which will be burned. Out of the 4 different posters which made the serie of Ephemera, this one could not be finished. For the process, the designer made a template with the sentence to be placing the 800 incense cones. The result: Police thinking the house was burning!

Ephemera II – The destruction of physical typography by Bogidar Mascareñas

“What has been gathered will be dispersed” elaborates on the fact that should be formed by a countless element, so these will scatter. Using a laser-cut template with the aim of getting a thicker message, the phrase was destroyed to get by another color pigment and using a dryer for spreading.

Ephemera I – The destruction of physical typography by Bogidar Mascareñas

“What has been built up will collapse” is the first poster of the ephemera collection. In this case the message was made out of jelly, a casting process and the experimentation of the characteristics of the material. Thus, the process starts with the creation of the molds that later on were filled with the jelly and solidified at low temperatures. Finally, the goal of the poster arrived once was exposed: Due to the temperature (20º) the material melt and the poster collapsed.

Low-Tech Factory / Animal Growth by Eleonora Castellarin and Moises Hernandez for PCM

Through the use of simple hand tools, this fun worktop breaks down the production process of animal toys manufactured from expanded foam. Cutting, gluing, filling and observing the animals takes shape before your very eyes.

Low-Tech Factory / Marbelous by Anurag Etchepareborda, Flora Fixy

Using a surface transfer method known as “marbling”, the Marbelous transforms simple objects by coating them with a thin layer of marbled motifs. With a few drops of paint, surprising colour effects are transferred to metallic mirrors, giving your reflection an unexpected impression.

Low-Tech Factory / Oncle Sam by Laurent Beirnaert, Pierre Bouvier, Paul Tubiana

The Uncle Sam machine processes grains one by one, focusing on the transformation of corn into popcorn. An explosion that usually occurs en masse is here isolated so that the spectacle can be enjoyed. Satisfaction is at once visual and gastronomic.

Low-Tech Factory / Swing by Léonard Golay, Camille Rein

Swing is a giant punch that transforms pieces of stretch tarpaulin into extendable openwork sacks. The items
are produced by the weight of the user who, gyrating, executes a production movement resembling
a dance step.

Low-Tech Factory / Rocking-Knit by Damien Ludi, Colin Peillex

Rocking-Knit is a new interpretation of the rocking chair. It offers its user productive moments of relaxation.
The to-and-fro movement of this armchair knits hats for the winter and requires no exertion whatsoever.

Low-Tech Factory / Stamp by Anaïs Benoit Dignac, Arthur Didier, Edrris Gaaloul

Stamp is a production line that converts simple plastic trellis into portable lamps. The steps in the manufac- turing process are carried out along a rail: the plastic is heated, shaped, and finally crimped over an inexpensive bulb. The result of this ingenious production is a portable lamp complete with a graphic lightweight shade.

Short Circuit by Gaspard Tiné-Berès

Cheap household appliances such as kettles, coffee makers or toasters, are typical of goods that are thrown away while in perfect working order. But, even when damaged, the electrical components unlike the casing are easily fixable; therefore, landfill sites are increasingly becoming sources of viable and perfectly working complex electrical and electronic components. Moreover, these same components represent a major waste problem, due to their composite and toxic nature.

Augmented Spot Welding and Computer Augmented Crafts by Christian Fiebig

We shouldn’t be afraid of using technology to enhance traditional handiwork. Thus, to bring craftsmanship into the modern age, he designed a computer interface that actually makes suggestions to the designer while he’s working.

“Areniscos”, tableware made from sand by Victor Castanera

The Areniscos project is a perfect example of methodology as Victor Castanera embarks on a process of shaping the sand by pouring water. A simple process that creates an organic and somewhat improvised collection of plates, cups and trays that is light and beautiful in form. Areniscos demonstrates an integrated object that speaks to nature and to each one of us.

Organic Factory by Ruben Thier

In a factory, overproduction is common. In between shifts, plastic is dripping on the floor. Instead of this, Ruben Thier created containers for under every extruder. By this, the plastic is collected as an overproduction archive.

The thread wrapping machine by Anton Alvarez

The Thread Wrapping Machine is a tool to joint different types of material with only the glue-coated thread as its cement. Through using this construction method, many different materials can be joined to form objects and spaces such as wood, steel, plastic, bricks.


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