ミラノサローネでの出展「Exchanged Forms」が多数のウェブメディアに掲載されています“Exchanged Forms” exhibited in Milano Design Week 2018 posted on several web magazine
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Exchanged Forms, which is a project of cultural exchange and collaboration, presented by KYOTO Design Lab, Kyoto Institute of Technology and the Design Incubation Centre, National University of Singapore.
The collaboration from Kyoto and Singapore, was exhibited in Milano Design Week 2018 at Ventura Future Universita, posted on several web magazine (below link).
Prof. Eizo Okada Comment:
Can students in Singapore and Kyoto engage in a meaningful collaboration without meeting each other in person? Is there a method of design that takes advantage of the fact that they are not directly seeing each other? From these questions, we derived the theme: “Exchanged Forms”.
Students first take pictures of objects and sceneries that are typical in their country, and then send them to the students in the other country with a short description. Thanks to the inevitable misinterpretation that accompanies this process, we produced objects that reflect qualities of both Singapore and Kyoto.
Publication (24th April, 2018):
Dezeen>>Students from Singapore and Kyoto design objects inspired by each other’s cities
Domus>>Ventura Future: the great new hub of Fuorisalone 2018
Home & Decor Singapore>>Singapore designs at 2018 Milan Design Week
- KYOTO Design Lab will Hold the “Exchanged Forms” in Milan, a Joint Exhibition with the Design Incubation Centre, National University of Singapore