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Craftscurator Trend Guide- Makers- Materials- Techniques- Colour- for Product Design-2015-preview

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Preview of the Craftscurator Trend Guide on Maker Trends, Materials and Techniques for 2015 and beyond. Insights, inspiration and information for professionals in the home decoration and home textiles industry. Early signs of developments in product design, told and visualized in Maker Stories. Craftscurator has travelled the globe to find out what designers, scientists, makers and inventors are working on. 20 different Maker Stroies are shared, from manufacturing with bacteria to rethinking basket weaving to 3D printing that includes imperfections. Besides maker Stories, information on Material, Techniques, Pattern and Colour is given. All information is categorized by Style Group, Craftscurator's own method to identify consumer preferences.

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Craftscurator Trend Guide- Makers- Materials- Techniques- Colour- for Product Design-2015-preview

  1. 1. CraftsCurator.com PreviewMaker Trends, Materials, Techniques home decoration and handmade design 2015and beyond Spray vase by Linia Patsiou Stone cycling by Tom van Soest Pendulum pattern by David Derksen
  2. 2. Spirograph pattern ceramics by David Derksen 3D printed bees wax structure by Joris van Tubergen and Olivier van Herpt 2 >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Inventive Making by Machine Designers are exploring techniques; whether it is done by hand or by machine. Old machines from the industrial area are repaired and put to use in new production processes. New manufacturing tech- niques such as 3D printing and robotics are explored. > 3D printing > robot manufacturing > precision as well as imperfection > unexpected effects While modern manufacturing techniques are being used, makers are increas- ingly looking for ways to create unique products with unexpected effects. They are programming machines or creating devices to allow imperfection in a highly controlled manufacturing process. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Wallpaper Bethan Gray David Derksen Joris van Tubergen Olivier van Herpt Robotic marble manufacturing process by Bethan Gray Wallpaper Handmade Aug 2013 CraftsCurator.com Trend Guide 2015 > Maker Stories > Inventive Pendulum pattern by David Derksen Marble tabletop items by Bethan Gray Bees wax 3D printed by Tubergen & v.Herpt
  3. 3. 3 >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Inventive Colour Mood The colour palette for Inventive consists of bright colours: yellow, raspberry pink, emerald green and kobalt blue. How- ever, much of the colour effect is defined by material and techniques. Yellow is made transparent in glass, pink becomes powdery by applying it in resin material, emerald green is used in a spray-painted gradient effect on ceramics. > bright colours > colours defined by material use > gradients, transparancy, saturation Therefore, the application of colour is just as important as the tone itself. New is the use of a burgundy colour in combination with the brights. And besides a lush red and an orange with a coral hint, a basic brick colour is used. See Craftscurator Cahier Colour Trends Hardware 2015 or Craftscurator Cahier Colour Trends Textiles 2015 for exact Pantone coded colours. Each Cahier includes 3 colourcards of 10 colours. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> CraftsCurator.com Trend Guide 2015 > Style Groups > Colour Gradient effects by Droog Design Marble patchwork by Patricia Urquiola Colour blocking by India Mahdavi CraftsCurator.com Trend Guide 2015 > Design Directions > Colour Mood Vegetable dyed textiles by Raw Color
  4. 4. Oyster paper by Luisa Robinson 4 >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Sensitive Materializing Purity Designers are using materials in the purest form possible; natural wool, un- bleached paper and tan coloured leather. They are using techniques to bring ot the best in the raw materials. Weaving, fold- ing and tufting. > paper, bamboo, rattan > leather and fish skin > texture > touch Sustainable raw materials are being used, and alternatives for materials that are damaging the environment, such as cot- ton and leather. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Roosmarijn Pallandt Lanzavecchia & Wai Formafantasma Pinwu Luisa Robinson CraftsCurator.com Trend Guide 2015 > Maker Stories > Sensitive Bamboo paper by Pinwu Raw paper edges by Pinwu Map rugs by Roosmarijn Pallandt Rattan room divider Lanzavecchia & Wai Craftica, using left over leather and fish skin by Formafantasma for Fendi Fish skin stool by Formafantasma
  5. 5. 5 >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Sensitive Colour Mood The colour mood of Sensitive consists of many soft and pastel colours, such as pale yellow, powdery pink and very light celadon green. But the palette is by no means sugary: these are pastel versions of natural colours. As a contrast, spicy colours such as burnt orange and ocre yellow are added. > soft and powdery pastels > spicy orages and yellows > gray and denim blue as a base Gray remains to be an important colour, for many years already. The concrete gray we use this year combines beautifully with the many orangy brown and yellow tones, as well as the pastels. See Craftscurator Cahier Colour Trends Hardware 2015 or Craftscurator Cahier Colour Trends Textiles 2015 for exact Pantone coded colours. Each Cahier includes 3 colourcards of 10 colours. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> CraftsCurator.com Trend Guide 2015 > Style Groups > Colour Brushed cotton blankets by Lenneke Langenhuisen Raw cotton fibre by Lenneke Langenhuijsen Celadon colour ceramics by Ineke van der Werff CraftsCurator.com Trend Guide 2015 > Design Directions > Colour Mood Italian marble by Patricia Urquiola for Budri
  6. 6. 6 >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Expressive Re-purposing Plastics Designers and makers are exploring new ways to recycle material, to manufacture in different ways. But above all, they are finding new ways to apply material to products. A perfectly plain and smooth material might not be the ultimate goal anymore. Layers and particles in material offer a more exciting look. > recycled plastics > layered and compressed particles > new manufacturing processes > no plain and solid surfaces You can find information on a previous life of the materials in the plastics; just like geologists studying sedimentation and ground and rock formation. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Dave Hakkens Helda Hellstrom Dirk van der Kooij Mischa Kahn Diederik Schneemann CraftsCurator.com Trend Guide 2015 > Maker Stories > Expressive Household plastics by Misha Kahn Compressed recycled fridge plastics by Dirk van der Kooij Recycled plastic vase by Dave Hakkens Plastic particles by Dave Hakkens Plastic transformation plant by Dave Hakkens Particles pattern by Dave Hakkens Sedimentation series by Hilda Hellstrom Recycled flip-flops Diederik Schneemann Recycled coiled plastic by Dave Hakkens
  7. 7. 7 >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Expressive Colour Mood The palette for the expressive style group consists of very bold and bright colours. A kobalt blue and a bright yellow, as well as a shocking pink and a bright emerald green. But what makes this mood new is the use of black and whites in combina- tion with all the shiny brights. > bright and bold > combined with black and white > return of purple Purple is back, and with a vengeance. This eye popping purple is a great way to energize a colour range, but for more ac- cessible products there is still lots of reds and blues to work with. See Craftscurator Cahier Colour Trends Hardware 2015 or Craftscurator Cahier Colour Trends Textiles 2015 for exact Pantone coded colours. Each Cahier includes 3 colourcards of 10 colours. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> CraftsCurator.com Trend Guide 2015 > Style Groups > Colour Pixelized imagery by Statue Design Studio Colour spray interior as seen in Frame Magazine sept-oct 2013 XL spray effect as seen in Frame Magazine sept-oct 2013 Colour changing tiles by Moving Colour CraftsCurator.com Trend Guide 2015 > Design Directions > Colour Mood
  8. 8. 8 >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Buy the Maker Trend Guide The Craftscurator Maker Trend Guide 2015 offers information and inspiration on makers, material, techniques and colour, and gives you directions for design. > 41 pages, 300+ visuals and links > in pdf > € 249,- Develop your business by understanding maker trends and develop products that make use of new materials and tech- niques, by working with the Maker Trend Guide. Get the guide now! Order a copy online or contact Irene at +31 610332247 >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Craftscurator Maker Trend Guide 2015 CraftsCurator.com Trend Guide 2015 > Product Trend Guide > Overview Craftscurator Maker Trend Guide Materials & Techniques Spray vase by Linia Patsiou Stone cycling by Tom van Soest Pendulum pattern by David Derksen
  9. 9. 9 >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Buy the Product Trend Guide Thank you for buying the Craftscurator Maker Trend Guide 2015. We hope it offers information and inspiration on makers, material, techniques and colour, and gives you directions for design. The Craftscurator Product Trend Guide 2015 is also available and gives insights into product trends in home accessories, small furniture, lighting, tabletop acces- sories, table and kitchen textiles, bed and bath textiles, wall floor window textiles and home textiles. Also included are 6 co- lourcards, 3 for hardware products, and 3 for home textiles, with 10 Pantone colour codes each. > 44 pages, 300+ visuals and links > in pdf > € 249,- Develop your business by understanding product trends and selecting those that fit your brand, by working with the Product Trend Guide. Get the guide now! Order a copy online or contact Irene at +31 610332247 >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Craftscurator Product Trend Guide 2015 CraftsCurator.com Trend Guide 2015 > Product Trend Guide > Overview Craftscurator Trend Guide Product Trends 2015 Cushion cover by Sebastian Wrong for Hay Stacking stool by Mike Meiré Plate by Marimekko
  10. 10. 10 >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Buy the Colour Trends Cahier Thank you for buying the Craftscurator Maker Trend Guide 2015. For accurate colour information and Pantone colour cards, Craftscurator Colour Cahiers are available; Craftscurator Colour Cahier Hardware > 10 pages, 3 colourcards > 3 x 1o Pantone Solid colour codes > in pdf > € 49,- Craftscurator Colour Cahier Textiles > 10 pages, 3 colourcards > 3 x 1o Pantone TPX colour codes > in pdf > € 49,- Get a Cahier! Order a copy online or con- tact Irene at +31 610332247 >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Craftscurator Colour Cahier 2015 CraftsCurator.com Trend Guide 2015 > Colour Trends Cahier > Overview Cover Colour Cahier Hardware 2015 Cover Colour Cahier Textiles 2015
  11. 11. 11 >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Colophon Credits Images Craftscurator carefully selects images and adds links to the original source. If you come across an image with missing information, please contact us and we will do our best to fix it right away. Author Irene Vermeulen, Craftscurator Designer Rowan McCuskey, You & McCuskey Editor Kiki Poulisse, Bij Kiki Copyright Making this trend guide has involved a tremendous amount of time and energy. We have worked hard to keep the price affordable for small and bigger compa- nies in Europe as well as in developing countries. Please respect our effort and do not copy, publish or re-sell. Craftscurator is a registered trademark of ABCD About Brands Concepts Design © 2014 Craftscurator >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> www.craftscurator.com CraftsCurator.com Trend Guide 2015 > Colophon > Credits

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