Posts Tagged “industrial design”

Switch Light

by Jill on November 21, 2013

Switch Light by UNIVERSAL PROGRAM is an object with no defined top or bottom in a traditional sense. This is because it has two functional sides, one to receive light and one to emit light. During the day, the photovoltaic (…)

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TIFF People’s Choice Awards

by Jill on September 24, 2012

This year’s Toronto International Film Festival People’s Choice Awards were created by the BlackBerry Design Team, which included a design student attending OCAD University as part of the Research In Motion co-op program. The design concept for the award began with an (…)

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Sosuke Nakabo

by Brian Paschke on May 17, 2012

It is my pleasure to be a guest contributor in a series of interviews with designers from around the globe. This month, I caught up with Japanese industrial designer Sosuke Nakabo to discuss his work and establishing his own studio. (…)

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Cycle Shirt

by Jill on March 11, 2011

Industrial Designer, Sam Hecht of Industrial Facility, recently teamed up with Clothing Designer, Margaret Howell, to create the Cycle Shirt. This collaboration was between two designers who approach their work in a similar way by paring away the inessential in order (…)

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Design Against Obsolescence

by Jill on February 25, 2011

I am on the fence when it comes to the theory of planned obsolescence but we know that most companies manufacture goods which are not specifically designed to live a long product life. Vitsoe is a company doing the opposite, (…)

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