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Hungarian industrial designer Ollé Gellért developed a collection of 3D printed small joints able to connect bigger parts from different materials.
With his new works, on view at the Machado-Muñoz Design Gallery, Álvaro Catalán de Ocón revists industrial design’s processes to obtain something unexpected and clever.
Now on Kickstarter, the largest air-purifier in the world imagined by Studio Roseegaarde creates clean air zones in cities and compresses the filtered smog particles, used for unique jewelry.
After a theoretical research and a case study in Guatemala, Berlin-based designer Jonas Hasselmann took a critical look on how souvenirs represent places and memories.
A “one grain at a time” rice fork, a too large spoon, a holed spoon, and a weak knife: with her absurd cutlery set Firdaws Fourcroy turn us schizophrenic, disrupting everyday rituals and drawing us back to an unproductive state.
The new chair designed by Nendo for Alias allows a number of different shapes and sitting experiences through five upper portion unit variations.
Sebastiano Tonelli’s graduation project turns the waste of the polyurethane panels used for the air ducts in a collection of eight food thermal containers.
The Aram Gallery presents an exhibition of young designers working with ordinary materials, products or processes to discover new ways to look at the stuff that surrounds us.
Delacroix’s Liberty Leading the People meets technology in Israelian designer Danit Peleg’s collection of five 3D-printed clothes developed for her Fashion Design degree.
Studio Job transforms the windows and floor of the Faena Art Center Buenos Aires’ main space into an alternative cathedral of light and color that also serves as a roller-dancing installation.
Born in 2011 and growing in 2015, Luciferase is Nacho Carbonell’s first work incorporating ligh, inspired by flora and fauna living in abyss and made of silicone and resin.
A low-cost industrial process gives shape to a purely sculptural and decorative object in the last project developed by Gio Tirotto for Secondome Gallery.