SS 2015 Re-Evolution | Technological revolutions are changing the relationship between man, machine and function. A new artisan direction is taking place with the advent of laser cutting, 3D printing and extrusion techniques. The idea of refinement and reconstruction is being redefined. Deliberate cuts, precise folds and spliced layers are offset with monochrome matte coatings, embossing and rough textures, resulting in tactile elegance.

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TRANSFORM - We focus here on the new relevance of 3D mapping imagery  as digital prototyping encourages design mutations and explorations. Comfort, ergonomic design, anatomy and protection are being re-invented. Forms are soft and rounded and we see the revival of padded surfaces to shield and protect. This reverberates with democratic design where file sharing and open sourcing allow us to improve and customize product to best suit our needs.

 

 

 

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1. Leigh Wells | 2. Vogue Italia - August 2013 | 3. Liz Ciokajlo - Natural Selection | 4. Nick Knight | 5. Mario Testino | 6. 3D Printed medical cast - Jake Evill | 7. The walking shelter - Sibling nation