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  1. 1. Craftscurator.comTrend Guidehome decoration andhandmade design2013 Experience Mask by Bert Jan Pot Solution Teacup from MoMa Awareness Bird by Bouroullec brothers for Vitra
  2. 2. Craftscurator.comTrend Guide 2013> Consumer Attitudes Collecting Classics > Awareness Jens Quistgaard>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>AwarenessCollector Collector Iconic Design Vitra Bird by the Bouroullecs by Ole JensenConsumers make more conscious buying deci-sions. They are attracted to products that lastlonger, with a more timeless design. Tired ofendless choice in products on the market, theysave up for that one iconic design that hasbeen on their wish list for ages. Such classicspeople just buy once. Consumers do not wantto browse 500 different chairs, they just wantthat Wishbone chair by Wegner. And save for it.Choosing items to create a collection is alsopopular. Decorative products or artefacts witha special meaning are carefully chosen. Birds Collecting Charmsby Vitra or Iittalla are collected by connois- Noosa Amsterdamseurs, saving up for the next treasure for theircollection.> buy once> iconic design Buy Once> objects of desire Wishbone Chair by Hans Wegner> timelessCreate limited editions or special designs aspart of a successful range of products. Offerconsumers information on these products. Ifyou repeatedly add to your range and sharestories, people will come back for more. Collection Display Objects of Desire>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Aesop Store Francois Alexis Slow 2
  3. 3. Craftscurator.comTrend Guide 2013> Product Trends > Home Accessories>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Home Accessories Bark Bowls Familiar Products Unglazed CeramicsSensitive Loyal Loot Collective by Ontwerpduo by AetredesignThe sensitive consumer is attracted to prod-ucts that refer to something familiar or com-forting. That does not mean shape, materialor pattern cannot be new and exciting. Lots ofmaterial and pattern experiments can be foundin this theme. Natural Texture Normann CopenhagenVases come in bottle shapes, or round andcurved forms. Lots of glass, both clear andgreen, often recycled. Ceramics remain un-glazed, or are given a matt finish. Rough andtextured surfaces, visible constructions and Bottle Shape Vases Shadow Pattern seen in Elle Decoration NLdetails. Dip dyed colours and ink splash pat- by Studio Glitheroterns. Round and bulky poufs and cushions tobe scattered around a room to create a warmand cosy atmosphere.> bottle shapes> recycled glass> round and blob shapes> unglazed ceramicsBlob shapes are popular, especially in glassand ceramics. Unpredictable techniques areused, creating unique pieces. Natural andorganic details are highlighted, tiny flaws and Casual Candleholder Blob Shapesimperfections are appreciated. Curvy Vases by Ferm Living by Piet Hein Eek seen in Vogue Living>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Mushroom Shapes by 3
  4. 4. Craftscurator.comTrend Guide 2013> Design Directions > Techniques>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Techniques Knotted Felt Felt Textured CeramicsSensitive by Dana Barnes by Dana Barnes Heath CeramicsThe many compressed materials make greatraw materials; many felted yarns, pieces ofreclaimed wood and leather scraps are re-worked into new types of materials. The touchof the craftsman or tool is often visible.Much of the effects in products are left tochance; designers are using effect glazes orgive products a used or weathered effect.These techniques are often unpredictable,creating unique products.Besides the raw materials and the unfinished Visible Craftsman’s Touch Basketry by Cappellinosurfaces, attention to details is also paid. Deli- by SCPcately decorated techniques often mimickingnature.> joints> weathered effects> delicate details> inlayInlay techniques are on trend; the dense andcompressed look of the material with thecarefully inlaid details. Natural materials suchas shell, wood and stone are used for inlays,besides synthetic materials such as resin andrecycled plastic. Inlay Techniques Weathered Effects Wood London by Studio TooGood>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Delicate by Gulnur 4
  5. 5. Craftscurator.comTrend Guide 2013> Design Directions > Colour>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>ColourSensitiveNatural colours are the base colours in thisgroup. Most of them are defined by the mate-rial these colours represent; sand beige, mossgreen and marble white. It is a very pale and Natural Tones Defined by Material Intense Pastels seen in Elle Decoration UK by Aldo Bakkercalm colour card. However, some more intensecolours are added as accent colours; a denimblue, a Prussian blue as well as a rusty brown.> natural tones> denim blue> pale palette Pantone Solid Coated Pantone Solid Coated Pantone Solid Coated Pantone Solid Coated Pantone Solid Coated Off White 7502 C 446 C 420 C 403 CColour codes refer to Pantone Solid Coated Pantone Solid Coated Pantone Solid Coated Pantone Solid Coated Pantone Solid Coated Pantone Solid Coatedcolours. Use original Pantone swatches as a 5503 C 7500 C 302 C 7522 C 691 Creference. Colours displayed on screen and inprint are not accurate.>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 5
  6. 6. Craftscurator.comTrend Guide 2013> Maker Stories > Sensitive>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Sensitive Bird Nest LampRaw by Ay IlluminateMany makers are experimenting with raw ma-terials, and sometimes that raw and unspoiledeffect is just what they are after. And if a makerdoes not have access to new and interest- Beating Bark to Wooden Textilesing raw materials, they go ahead and create it Craftswoman in Tongothemselves. Vij5 make wooden planks out ofnewspaper, and invited designer to work withthis new type of raw material. Lenneke Langen-huijsen traveled to the island of Tongo to workwith craftsmen who beat bark of the mulberrytree to a pulp, creating wooden textiles in the Desert Sheep Wool Rugs Rural Embroidery by BCXSY and an Israeli bedouin cooperativeprocess. BCXSY co-created a series of rugs from Vietnammade of wool from local desert sheep with abedouin women cooperative in Israel.In Northern Vietnam, every woman living in arural community learns embroidery skills fromtheir mother. Phu An Loc, an exporter basedin Hanoi, works with a large network of thesewomen. For this range, traditional embroiderytechniques were enlarged and patched ontobed textiles, using a raw edge.Ay Illuminate works with craftsmen worldwidecreating huge, light and very raw lamps. Bam-boo structures come from Indonesia, the birdnest lamp from China, while the nets are made Raw Edge Textiles Newspaper Woodin Swaziland from leftover jersey fabric. made in Vietnam By Vij5>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Stool with Wooden Textiles Lenneke 6
  7. 7. Craftscurator.comTrend Guide 2013> Maker Stories > Sensitive>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>SensitiveAlchemy Unpredictable Process by Andere MonjoDesigners have become scientists and re-searchers, trying to invent new materials andpatterns to create exciting effects.Spanish designer Andere Monjo made ink out Layered Patterns by Muurbloemof vegetables, fruit and plants. This ink sheused to print patterns by hand on vintage finds.The Rain Tables she created are handmadesteel items, on the surface of which she experi-ments with staining caused by raindrops. Quiteliterally a weathered effect.Many designers are developing new materi-als, often looking for sustainable or very newmaterials to use in their products. In many in-dustries, multidisciplinary teams of engineers,designers and scientists are formed to work onnew developments.Dutch design agency Muurbloem designed arange of carpets for Ege, using their signature Blurred Create Your Own Carpet by Muurbloemenlarged graphic floral patterns. Stain prints Muurbloem for Ege Carpetsand Persian rug patterns were included inthe designs. Consumers can create their owncarpet by using the online tool. After choosingone of the available patterns, people can easilyadjust colours, add layers or delete parts of thepattern. After checking out of the webshop the Rain Tablescarpet is custom made. by Andere Monjo for exhibition at Mint>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Ink by Andere 7
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