THE BEGINNING OF A BEGINNING OF THE BEGINNING OF A TREND のまとめ

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THE BEGINNING OF A BEGINNING OF THE BEGINNING OF A TREND のまとめ

  1. 1. The Beginning of a Beginning of the Beginning of a Trend Peter Troxler
  2. 2. Ronen Kadushin
  3. 3. Kadushin’s Work Italic Shelf Square Dance iphonekiller
  4. 4. Hack Chair
  5. 5. • “I was designing the chair so everything would look wrong and be as unconventional as possible; an un-chair, a chair that has a look that makes you stop and consider your own self, reassess your relation to an object that is not the expected.”
  6. 6. • ““You’re designing for a consumer, but you’re also designing for a user. Somebody has to use it as a design, to change the design.”
  7. 7. Industrial Design = Open Design • Ronen wanted to spark the creativity of people on the internet through his designs. • “MY AIM IS TO MAKE INDUSTRIAL DESIGN RELEVANT AGAIN IN A GLOBALLY NETWORKED INFORMATION SOCIETY.”
  8. 8. Open Design Based on 2 Conditions • Open Design is CAD information published on the internet shared so people can download, copy, and modify to produce own good. • Open Design products be produced on CNC machines directly from file without requiring special tooling.
  9. 9. Open Designs limitation • “There are only two limitations: these modifications and derivatives must be shared under the same license, and the license prohibits commercial uses.” • His idea of open design is to share the source code so anybody can download and copy, modify it, but use it with care under the Creative Commons license because the original is the designer’s idea.
  10. 10. Designer’s Role • Designers back in the center of the designing process • “I just want to be … let’s call it an ‘art director’ on this kind of projects. I want to be in a position where I can influence how people understand what quality is, how to make the connection between the producer, Open Design and consumers, to search for the next stage”
  11. 11. • Designs that typically live only a few years in the marketplace can live on and develop into new shapes and uses.
  12. 12. Sources • http://www.ronen-kadushin.com/index.php/open-design/ • http://opendesign.wikispaces.com/Kadushin- ITALIC+shelves • http://www.dezeen.com/2009/09/08/hack-chair-by-ronen- kadushin/ • http://www.dezeen.com/2010/05/17/iphonekiller-by- ronen-kadushin/ • http://designfordesigners.co.il/open-design-project-by- ronen-kadushin • http://www.ronen- kadushin.com/files/4613/4530/1263/Open_Design_Manife sto-Ronen_Kadushin_.pdf

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