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Nowadays, people are used to thinking about the world in terms of separate blocks or modules, such as prefabricated construction elements or electronic sub-assemblies. What would happen if designers thought in a linear rather than segmented way? Magdalena and Paweł focused on the linear form of threads, utilized in the traditional craft of weaving, including the knotting, winding, flexibility, weaving, traction and imperfections of the material? They examined the potential of linear thinking for designs of the future, translating the traditional weaving techniques into robotic movements.

The result is a series of forms “knitted” from copper wire. The 3D objects are interactive, they conduct light and sound, taking advantage of the physical properties of copper.

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Designers: Magdalena Mojsiejuk, Paweł Lasota
Materials: copper wire, Corian, Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS), elastomer, microcontrollers, steel
Thesis advisors: Oskar Zięta (industrial design), Ewa Klekot (anthropology)

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