Tate-ium

Mark
 
Mitchell

This is a chair design with innovative use of phase change materials (Sodium Acetate). The focus point of this design is the aspect of time passing through the piece.

Breathe

Jahday
 
Ford

The origin of any glass vessel is the first breath, an essential element to the creation of any blown piece. We decided to record the sound of Jahday blowing into his iron and using the format of the sound wave as a visual stimulus.

TRID

Taisei
 
Mishima

This is a transformable furniture ‘TRID’ that can be used from birth to adulthood, with 3 different functions: cradle, bouncer and chair.

The Moravian Collection

Jasmine
 
Craven-Huffer

The Moravian Collection takes direct inspiration from a stool designed in the 15th century by the Moravian Church movement. Traces of its key features can be found right through to the mid-20th century. In these years, furniture was an investment and purchased to last a lifetime or longer.

Kintsugi Ceremony Kit

Alida
 
Sielaff

Time is the very core of the Kintsugi Ceremony Kit - the main objective in its design process was to create an experience-based product, which would stimulate product longevity.

Apollo Tripod

Connor
 
Holland

The Apollo Tripod is a unique and versatile design created to suit all environments, taking inspiration from the Moon landing missions.

180° Lamp

Frederic
 
Rätsch

Probably there is nothing, which is more related to time than light is. With its help - with the help of the sunset and sunrise, we create a sense of time. I designed the wireless 180° Lamp to use light as an indicator of time.

0.6 Chair

Joachim
 
Froment

The aim of this project is to diminish our wood consumption and celebrate this noble material by designing a robust, long lasting chair with an efficient and simple process. "0.6 Chair" is a dinning chair and café chair with a new process of laminated wood.

Pinhole Camera

James
 
Benham

The Pinhole Camera was developed in response to an ‘outdoor’ themed brief, set by the ‘Tools for Everyday Life’ project in 2016. Our response was to invite people to reconnect with their surroundings through an updated interpretation of the age-old practice of pinhole photography.

Topped

William
 
Huggons

A spin of a top is a measure of time. It captivates and draws the user’s attention, allowing for a moment of focus. When the spin is initiated, a constant smooth motion is created. The fact that this movement can be stopped abruptly at any time makes it a fragile experience, which invokes care.