2.2 design theory

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  • 2.2 Design Theory
    • Phillipe stark
      • designer for alessi
      • french
      • Untitled
      • juicy salif
        • designed 1990
        • aluminium (lemon reacts with it)
        • £50-£100
        • unstable with 3 legs
        • oranges don't fit.
        • leg angle stops juice runnning
    • marc newson
      • Australian designer
      • 'catwalk pieces'
      • worked with Jonathan Ive with the apple watch
      • rounded forms, inspired by origami
      • lockhead lounge
        • 1986
        • aircraft style. inspo 'blob' of mercury
        • limited batch made. one sold for £2.4m
        • statement piece
        • only a bit more comfortable than a bus stop seat
    • margaret calvert
    • james dyson
      • British 'serial inventor'. technology innovator
      • designed ball barrow- wheelbarrow with ball instead of wheel
      • created lots of patents. thousands of prototypes
      • vacuum cleaner (hover=brand)
        • ' bag less' dual-cyclone cleaning system- has no suction loss
        • colour scheme shows diff parts of the machine- easy to take apart
        • lots of integrated fixings
      • fans, hairdryers, handryers, etc
    • charles & ray eames
    • marianne brandt
    • dieter rams




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