Urwahn bikes / making of Stadtfuchs

We are a young start-up which is developing innovative bicycles in the segment of urban mobility. From the user oriented requierements we created an innovative URWAHN bike, which is engineered for the commuters in search of design, flexibility and performance. By creating this bike we […]

The Making of “Schwarzes Gold”

One material, one form – one story. To me, a product should not attract attention through overloaded design. Instead, it’s about the thought – the idea – coupled with intelligent design, which helps bring the product into existence. The product’s final design should be about […]

Bronze casting-lost wax technique

A short animation made for the “Hadrian” Exhibition in the Israel Museum, Jerusalem, December 2015. The film shows the bronze casting process in an artistic yet simple method, a combination of stop motion and 2D animation. The preparation process included a research and a constant […]

Discarded Wood-Shavings chair

“It’s no surprise to learn that hardwood furniture factories aren’t the most sustainable of operations. But it is a shock to hear just how wasteful. According to two students at London’s Royal College of Art, as much as 80% of the timber used in the average […]

Casting unpredictability

Castable and malleable materials (e.g. concrete, plaster, rockite and etc..) deserve a renewed consideration in architectural design due to their connection historically to the craftsman role and embodiment of tacit knowledge that extends beyond what is explicitly gained to contemporary digital fabrication and design. Castable […]

Aeron Chair by Herman Miller

“The process is as important as the results: It’s the individual employees on the line that are suggesting these improvements. At Herman Miller, they average 1,200 “plan-do-check acts”–that is, little proposed changes to the assembly process–ever year. “The biggest thing is to empower people to […]

Bench by Street & Garden Furniture Co

manufacturing of an aluminum and wood bench for Street & Garden Furniture Co. Design David Shaw & Warren Lee, 1993 Materials Cast aluminium seat ends and armrests w/- hardwood Kwila seat slats through core 77

Kashimax saddle

Kashimax recently produced a nice promo piece on their saddles