Industrial Design students on the Bachelor level year three at the School of Industrial Design, LTH, welcome all of you to this digital exhibition
The aim with this project is to encourage a reflection of the valuation and labelling of designed objects. This has been achieved by analysing a so-called Modern Furniture Classic and then translating this analysis to a white plastic chair for outdoors use (model: Brafab, Altea stapelstol låg vit) through practical design work.
The common white plastic chair is a helpful starting material, in that it offers and provokes different standpoints concerning aesthetic values, functionality and material techniques.
Students: KID 3, School of Industrial Design, LTH.
Lecturer and workshop leader: Stefano Santilli, School of Art, University of Brighton, UK.
Supervisors: Martin Svansjö & Mirjam Norinder, Department of Architecture and Built Environment, LTH.
Course leader: Anna Petersson, Department of Architecture and Built Environment, LTH.
WHAT MAKES A CLASSIC
Alexander Ekholm and David Wenner
Iris Yao and Vanessa Rundgren
Anders Töreland and Emma Thorman
Klara Blomsterberg and Amelia Sjöberg
THE EGGCHAIR CAME FIRST
Leo Lindén and Anna-Lena Speiser
Elias Cox and Tobias Strobel
Melina Blidborg and Hanna Bergman
Emma Witt and Adam Younes
Josephine Nauckhoff and Beata Ripa
Jenny Holm and Olivia Johnsson
Celine Adolfsson and Love Persson
HOW HIGH THE MOON - HOW DEEP THE GROUND
Hugo Martinsson and Salim Jawaied
Wictor Clifford, Veronica Tobar and Per Mattsson
Hannes Laurin and Sixten Wall