PORTFOLIO Product Design 2015
PORTFOLIO PRODUCT AND INDUSTRIAL DESIGN
“ Be makers of things, not just consumers of things, because our future depends on it. — Dave Peth
Natural Light Photography The main idea on this project is to give an other aspect of an industrial product. The watering can was the perfect example to represent the object under these different views and to bring him a new look for inviting the reader to see at new details and shapes.
Lighting & Studio A can, a plastic cup, a noodle cup and a string of coil are objects that we use in our daily lives. The objective through this serie of pictures is to put forward what we can call banal objects in front of the light in order to transform them into special items.
The Rocking Stool The rocking stool comes with an elegant and simple shape, created out of one piece of foam made from a company which collects leftover material from factories. The piece has been cut to insert a wooden cross which will give the rocking motion and soothes the body and mind with the rhythmic, gentle motion that melts away the stress.
Lampshades Instead of creating the mold of the lamp a stretchable fabric will allow to generate its own shape once it is applied to the metallic skeleton. The fabric is simultaneously diffusing the light allowing for a rich ambient atmosphere.
NORTH The weather vane shows the direction of the wind, usually mounted on top of a building. A rarely accesible object once set. NORTH is a weather vane wich allows the user to choose its use. When placed in the north it will turn on its axis and will shows the direction of the wind. The object will interact with its user and will become a game.
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25 GRAMS The scales is made of cork a unique and eco-conscious material with many properties and match perfectly with the environment of kitchen. Inspired by a video game this balance plays on its own weight. When 25gr is reached, it is positioned horizontally and then become easy to add a larger amount. Perfect for cooking desserts and other recipes.
The Hour Clock The hand-made object measuring 30 cm in diameter and 2 cm in thickness and the clock is made from plastic. The characteristic of this clock is that it has only the hour hand which reveals by his advancement minutes lies behind. A very slow movement that is changing the decor of our home and a new way of reading the time.
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Orb The concept of this project was to work only with the laser printer. Using the constraints of the machine cutting size and construct a sphere with the least amount of materials. Made from balsa a flexible and lightweight wood wich allowed me to create pieces that hooks together to generate a pressure that will give the spherical shape. In a natural way the shape of the pieces are generated by the function.
Jugs These carafes are based on the craft of tinsmith and constructed from a metal sheet wich is outside galvanized . There are two models of decanters, the first contains 1L and can be closed and put in refrigerators, the second contains 2L for family meals. The model is made entirely of paper as realistically as possible in order to discuss with the tinsmith on productiuon details.
POP-UP Inspired by the packaging of McDonaldâ€™s fries, Pop-Up is a lampeshades wich is sold flat which when opened reveals its shape and its color. Made from recycable cardboard and by using simple construction, it eliminates a complex production process, which allows a reasonable manufacturing prices. An original way to give life to the often light bulb alone in our house.
Christo Wrapped Objects, Statues and Women 1958-69 BMW GINA light visionary model concept car 2008 BMW An inside look at BMW and MINIâ€™s worldwide production facilities. 2014 Sony Computer Entertainment Little Big Planet 3 2014
Sabrina Fossi Freakishclock 2013
Anthony Dickens Around Clock 2008
Yiran Qian Eye of the storm 2010
Louie Rigano About-Time 2011
Sejoon Kim Vague Clock 2011
Florian Jenett Perfect Cube 2010
Peleg Design Desk Clock 2008
Yen-Wen Tseng Hand in Hand 2010
References: http://www.dezeen.com http://www.designboom.com https://uk.pinterest.com http://www.swiss-miss.com
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