“Incentives to design in contemporary spaces”
In this project driven thesis, I design three objects with different motivations all aiming to be parts of the same, infinitely diverse contemporary spaces.
First, a single-function, but versatile and minimal lamp designed to oppose multifunctionality, discussing the values of traditional manufacturing and remnant ideas about homes.
Second, a cheap, but remarkably beautiful 3D printed object playing on the inherent aesthetics of additive manufacturing in its current state, that can be accurately illustrated before it is printed.
Third, a stupid smart object aiming to find a comfortably passive place in the rapidly growing fauna of connected objects in our homes. This alarm clock with a distance sensor exemplifies a stupidly simple tool with a smart, futuristic dimension.