Lucas Faber is an independent designer from Berlin. He designs both serial products and individual pieces of furniture and objects. His designs are characterized by a clear formal approach and the reduction to the minimal aspects. The objects combine simple geometries, well-considered details and logical structural elements.
Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Surroundings of everyday life often become a starting point for the design projects of Yoon Seok-hyeon. Yoon observes and analyzes them and then tries to link them to design, environment, society, and industry.
His interest in projects is the materiality and socio-cultural value of design objects. With this interest, each project reflects undiscovered stories of human life.
Yoon's design process follows concept arrangement based on exploring a subject, in-depth research for materiality and contexts, hands-on practice such as drawing and model making and production.
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
ThusThat aims to unearth the hidden back stories of our material surroundings through art and design. Bridging across disciplines from scientific research to industrial processes, ThusThat uses design as a means of critical inquiry.
Their work explores the origins, processes, and narratives of materials in a way that critiques and reveals, while suggesting possible alternatives They work tirelessly at creating pieces that are strong, simple, and direct in form, keeping the complexity and innovations packed within the materiality itself.
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