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MAKE UP

Norell, Andrea (2013) In Dipolma work IDEL01 20132
Industrial Design
Abstract
What you see is the result of everything you
cannot see

As a designer you are expected to design objects. But why do
we design these objects and what value do the objects have
to their owners and other viewers?

Why do humans need to possess objects at all, and how are
the objects chosen?

Starting this project with poaching in Africa ending up with a
110 kg’s cabinet made out of concrete and steel, I searched
for these answers but also what role I want to have as a future
designer.

MAKE UP turned out to be a very self-directed project where
the cabinet got to illustrate a behaviour we all have.

A project of a more philosophical character rather than a
straight forward industrial design project.

The result is a one... (More)
What you see is the result of everything you
cannot see

As a designer you are expected to design objects. But why do
we design these objects and what value do the objects have
to their owners and other viewers?

Why do humans need to possess objects at all, and how are
the objects chosen?

Starting this project with poaching in Africa ending up with a
110 kg’s cabinet made out of concrete and steel, I searched
for these answers but also what role I want to have as a future
designer.

MAKE UP turned out to be a very self-directed project where
the cabinet got to illustrate a behaviour we all have.

A project of a more philosophical character rather than a
straight forward industrial design project.

The result is a one piece furniture and not a cabinet that is
meant to be put in production.

Whether you continue reading or not I could highly
recommend you to look at your own choice of objects at
one point. Why have you chosen these objects to surround
yourself with? What are those choices based upon, really? (Less)
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author
Norell, Andrea
supervisor
organization
course
IDEL01 20132
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
publication/series
Dipolma work
report number
ISRN: LUT-DVIDE/ EX--13/50222—SE
ISSN
ISRN
language
English
id
4194335
date added to LUP
2013-12-10 16:11:15
date last changed
2013-12-10 16:11:15
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  abstract     = {What you see is the result of everything you
cannot see

As a designer you are expected to design objects. But why do
we design these objects and what value do the objects have
to their owners and other viewers?

Why do humans need to possess objects at all, and how are
the objects chosen?

Starting this project with poaching in Africa ending up with a
110 kg’s cabinet made out of concrete and steel, I searched
for these answers but also what role I want to have as a future
designer.

MAKE UP turned out to be a very self-directed project where
the cabinet got to illustrate a behaviour we all have.

A project of a more philosophical character rather than a
straight forward industrial design project.

The result is a one piece furniture and not a cabinet that is
meant to be put in production.

Whether you continue reading or not I could highly
recommend you to look at your own choice of objects at
one point. Why have you chosen these objects to surround
yourself with? What are those choices based upon, really?},
  author       = {Norell, Andrea},
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  note         = {Student Paper},
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  title        = {MAKE UP},
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