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Design Hacking

Design for Craft / Design Hacking


Something about design is going to change. New interpretations of uses and of needs suggest us to find new ways of designing and producing objects. If the last 20 years the design spoke about restyle, the XXI century design push us to think about real needs in a deeper sense. And it do it in an ironical way. The style, of course, became a secondary theme.

Enjoy our design experiment on the video!

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Heal your own favourite object when it’s damaged …what a better use for a 3D desktop printer!

Last week Vinz girlfriend’s lamp shade get fused. Vinz loves her girlfriend so he definitely wants torepair it, of course not in a traditional way. He chooses to personalize the lamp shade with WASP 3D printer, using more materials like Nylon, ABS and PLA in different colours. The pictures shows the results, and Vinz shows how much he loves his girlfriend.

Hacking objects

Who said that hacking may affect only the world of computing?

Here to Design For Craft we have tried to do the hacking of an object really common: the base of a lamp Ikea.
The result is a redesigned and reinterpreted object: more beautiful (right?), more functional (we have verified that performs its task better than the original version) and more useful (includes multiple functions).
In short: the hacking of an object will be more and more available to everyone and, above all, very different from the DIY…

Our hack of a lamp base

Our hack of a lamp base