What is Industrial Design
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What is Industrial Design
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adayinthelandofnobody:

Gravitistic concept watchJust in-love by this concept by Jaemin Jaeminlee.(via: mocovote )
adayinthelandofnobody:

Gravitistic concept watchJust in-love by this concept by Jaemin Jaeminlee.(via: mocovote )
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adayinthelandofnobody:

Layers Cloud Chair by Richard Hutten for Kvadrat
adayinthelandofnobody:

Layers Cloud Chair by Richard Hutten for Kvadrat
adayinthelandofnobody:

Layers Cloud Chair by Richard Hutten for Kvadrat
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cocaine-couture:

Beautiful.
cocaine-couture:

Beautiful.
cocaine-couture:

Beautiful.
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jvnk:

Paper Mask
By Camille Marteil
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design-waffle:

Framed by Moca
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homelimag:

ROOM Collection Block Shelving by Kyuhyung Cho and Erik Olovsson (from Homeli)
homelimag:

ROOM Collection Block Shelving by Kyuhyung Cho and Erik Olovsson (from Homeli)
homelimag:

ROOM Collection Block Shelving by Kyuhyung Cho and Erik Olovsson (from Homeli)
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jvnk:

Print-chair


A chair whose surface mixes two different patterns, created by printing woodgrain patterns onto wood with an already distinctive grain. We experimented with different degrees of combination. For some seats we layered two different woodgrain patterns, and for others printed enlarged, abstracted woodgrain patterns onto the existing pattern. For another design, we scanned the wood’s surface then printed the same pattern back onto the wood at another angle. We also experimented with other materials, replacing the seat base with OSB laminate board for one chair and printing a marble pattern onto the wood for another. Thanks to printing technology we could make fine adjustments like the scale, density and colours over and over, bringing out the charm and attraction of natural materials from a variety of angles.
By Nendo
jvnk:

Print-chair


A chair whose surface mixes two different patterns, created by printing woodgrain patterns onto wood with an already distinctive grain. We experimented with different degrees of combination. For some seats we layered two different woodgrain patterns, and for others printed enlarged, abstracted woodgrain patterns onto the existing pattern. For another design, we scanned the wood’s surface then printed the same pattern back onto the wood at another angle. We also experimented with other materials, replacing the seat base with OSB laminate board for one chair and printing a marble pattern onto the wood for another. Thanks to printing technology we could make fine adjustments like the scale, density and colours over and over, bringing out the charm and attraction of natural materials from a variety of angles.
By Nendo
jvnk:

Print-chair


A chair whose surface mixes two different patterns, created by printing woodgrain patterns onto wood with an already distinctive grain. We experimented with different degrees of combination. For some seats we layered two different woodgrain patterns, and for others printed enlarged, abstracted woodgrain patterns onto the existing pattern. For another design, we scanned the wood’s surface then printed the same pattern back onto the wood at another angle. We also experimented with other materials, replacing the seat base with OSB laminate board for one chair and printing a marble pattern onto the wood for another. Thanks to printing technology we could make fine adjustments like the scale, density and colours over and over, bringing out the charm and attraction of natural materials from a variety of angles.
By Nendo
jvnk:

Print-chair


A chair whose surface mixes two different patterns, created by printing woodgrain patterns onto wood with an already distinctive grain. We experimented with different degrees of combination. For some seats we layered two different woodgrain patterns, and for others printed enlarged, abstracted woodgrain patterns onto the existing pattern. For another design, we scanned the wood’s surface then printed the same pattern back onto the wood at another angle. We also experimented with other materials, replacing the seat base with OSB laminate board for one chair and printing a marble pattern onto the wood for another. Thanks to printing technology we could make fine adjustments like the scale, density and colours over and over, bringing out the charm and attraction of natural materials from a variety of angles.
By Nendo
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Albero by Gianfranco Frattini for Poltrona Frau


everything-creative:

In the late 50s Gianfranco Frattini designed the Albero bookcase for interior settings. Poltrona Frau is now giving everyone the option to have this design classic in his apartment.
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Albero by Gianfranco Frattini for Poltrona Frau


everything-creative:

In the late 50s Gianfranco Frattini designed the Albero bookcase for interior settings. Poltrona Frau is now giving everyone the option to have this design classic in his apartment.
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Albero by Gianfranco Frattini for Poltrona Frau


everything-creative:

In the late 50s Gianfranco Frattini designed the Albero bookcase for interior settings. Poltrona Frau is now giving everyone the option to have this design classic in his apartment.
Everything Creative on Facebook
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soudasouda:

Kawa Dish by Souda
The Kawa Porcelain series is an ongoing investigation into the process of batch-production that yields one-of-a-kind results. Rather than relying on traditional plaster molds to form identical replicas of a design, Kawa pieces are individually slip-cast in reusable leather molds. This complex process yields one-of-a-kind porcelain objects, textured by the leather molds in which they are cast.
soudasouda:

Kawa Dish by Souda
The Kawa Porcelain series is an ongoing investigation into the process of batch-production that yields one-of-a-kind results. Rather than relying on traditional plaster molds to form identical replicas of a design, Kawa pieces are individually slip-cast in reusable leather molds. This complex process yields one-of-a-kind porcelain objects, textured by the leather molds in which they are cast.
soudasouda:

Kawa Dish by Souda
The Kawa Porcelain series is an ongoing investigation into the process of batch-production that yields one-of-a-kind results. Rather than relying on traditional plaster molds to form identical replicas of a design, Kawa pieces are individually slip-cast in reusable leather molds. This complex process yields one-of-a-kind porcelain objects, textured by the leather molds in which they are cast.