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Barbara Dżaman, faculty: INDUSTRIAL DESIGN


Tutor: Oskar Zięta (Industrial Design), Dawid Wiener (Psychology)
Material: carbon fibre
Tool: hips

The project combines traditional craft (openwork embroidery from Wielkopolska), new technologies, and the humanist perspective. The process of design involved research, studies, group workshops, modelling, quick prototyping, experimenting, programming, and testing leading to the generation of a modern abstract form of the openwork. At this stage the author designed and 3-D printed 102 appendages to a Kuka robot of which she chose the five most suitable ones. This proved that modern techniques let a designer find new solutions e.g. through physical contact with the process of production, like in times when objects were produced by hand.

more: http://cargocollective.com/barbbasia

http://issuu.com/barbbasia/docs/kukaweave


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