Design Rumour

Design Rumour

Design Rumour featuring great design, architecture, fashion, graphics and innovation from across the globe.

 

Two Rooms

The film uses a large number of dynamic language, the theme is about self-breaking, the film is divided into two scenes. One scene is to break the shackles, in this scene, the designer used various elements to create a tense scene; Another scene comes to a freedom and infinite space. Music with a strong rhythm of throughout the film, which highlight the different characteristics of the two scenes.

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La Smilza

It might seem it has a fragile structure but it is mathematically safe. La Smilza can be considered a spacial reticular structure and it responds to the physical principle of levers. It is composed by broomsticks, 3D printed joints and a suspended seat secured with ropes to the frame. The structure reacts to different strengths depending on how the joints are placed. The chair is designed to be unique, personal, built on the owner's needs and anatomic features. It is transportable, its owner can bring it with him wherever he goes and it will adapt to every situation like a Darwinian creature.

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Kintsugi

An object can break itself but doesn't lose its value and its beauty. This is the philosophy of the ancient Japanese technique of Kintsugi, which means “to repair with gold”. What is broken is not a loss but becomes more precious and unique. In the Japanese culture no object must necessarily be perfect: everyone tells its story. Time passes by and from the signs of his passing, it comes a form of beauty even more powerful. Kintsugi tableware is born from this philosophy and makes the gold ornamentation current and geometric, stylish and elegant, for a timeless and luxurious mise en place.

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Origami

According to materials needed to make coffee, the operation is simpler. The cup is made from environmental and degradable reed pulp raw material. The group coffee will be packed together with the cup, facilitating users to quickly make a cup of coffee. Besides, the cup is folded as a paper lantern, which is easy to carry, reduces transportation cost and garbage storage space, as well as improves the use efficiency of ecological environment and spatial environment.

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Pebble Bagasse

The Pebble Collection is inspired by the organic shape of the humble pebble. These elegant plates and bowls are made from bagasse. Bagasse is a robust natural by-product of sugarcane, which is renewable and compostable. It requires fewer chemicals for processing and uses less energy to process. Once composted, it returns to soil in just 8 weeks. What better raw material to use for a single use/disposable plate and bowl.

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Flower Shaper

These serie of vases is the result of experimenting with the capabilities and limitations of clay and a self-built 3D clay-printer. Clay is soft and pliable when wet, but becomes hard and brittle when dry. After heating in a kiln, clay transforms into a durable, waterproof material. The focus is on creating interesting shapes and textures that are either difficult and time consuming to make or even not doable using traditional methods. The material and the method defined the structure, the texture and the form. All working together to help shape the flowers. No other materials were added.

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World's greatest design teams.

Sometimes you need a very big team of talented designers to come up with truly great designs. Everyday, we feature a distinct award-winning innovative and creative design team. Explore and discover original and creative architecture, good design, fashion, graphics design and design strategy projects from design teams worldwide. Get inspired by the original works by grand master designers.

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