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Pauly, Evastina (2016) In Diploma work IDEL01 20161
Industrial Design
Abstract
In trying to find a project from my bachelor’s
degree, I looked back at my previous 3
years studying design. I wanted to give myself
a challenge and decided to take this opportunity
to work on some of my problem
areas. My personal style have always been
minimalistic but not explored enough as
my projects often becomes conceptual with
less focus on the aesthetics of the finished
product and more on the statement it gives.
This time I set out to make a minimalistic
commercial product in the form of a chair.

Throughout the projects I struggled with
the idea of designing a chair without knowing
how it would benefit the world. To design
something for my own growth did not
seem enough. After some dead ends and
wrong turns, I... (More)
In trying to find a project from my bachelor’s
degree, I looked back at my previous 3
years studying design. I wanted to give myself
a challenge and decided to take this opportunity
to work on some of my problem
areas. My personal style have always been
minimalistic but not explored enough as
my projects often becomes conceptual with
less focus on the aesthetics of the finished
product and more on the statement it gives.
This time I set out to make a minimalistic
commercial product in the form of a chair.

Throughout the projects I struggled with
the idea of designing a chair without knowing
how it would benefit the world. To design
something for my own growth did not
seem enough. After some dead ends and
wrong turns, I finally found my balance and
decided to design a series of chairs instead
of just one. I could now combine the commercial
and conceptual by making the chairs
of the series less and less with every chair.
Here the concept of minimalism was put
both to the aesthetics of the chair as well
as the function. With a balance act between
conceptual and commercial, the end result
was a series of chairs meant to question
what and how much we need from a chair. (Less)
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author
Pauly, Evastina
supervisor
organization
course
IDEL01 20161
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
publication/series
Diploma work
report number
ISRN: LUT-DVIDE/ EX--16/50332—SE
language
English
id
8889943
date added to LUP
2016-08-30 16:16:25
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2016-08-30 16:16:25
@misc{8889943,
  abstract     = {In trying to find a project from my bachelor’s
degree, I looked back at my previous 3
years studying design. I wanted to give myself
a challenge and decided to take this opportunity
to work on some of my problem
areas. My personal style have always been
minimalistic but not explored enough as
my projects often becomes conceptual with
less focus on the aesthetics of the finished
product and more on the statement it gives.
This time I set out to make a minimalistic
commercial product in the form of a chair.

Throughout the projects I struggled with
the idea of designing a chair without knowing
how it would benefit the world. To design
something for my own growth did not
seem enough. After some dead ends and
wrong turns, I finally found my balance and
decided to design a series of chairs instead
of just one. I could now combine the commercial
and conceptual by making the chairs
of the series less and less with every chair.
Here the concept of minimalism was put
both to the aesthetics of the chair as well
as the function. With a balance act between
conceptual and commercial, the end result
was a series of chairs meant to question
what and how much we need from a chair.},
  author       = {Pauly, Evastina},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  series       = {Diploma work},
  title        = {Essential},
  year         = {2016},
}