strange highs & strange lows
A collection of inspiring objects, spaces & processes to inform design thinking.

+++ Alysse is an industrial designer based near Los Angeles, and recent graduate from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago +++

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strange highs & strange lows
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Malet Thibaut
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repeat-norepeat:

"Chimney" stools made from terracotta and designed by Marta Polenghi.
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whatisindustrialdesign:

ian_and: posted by Whatisindustrialdesign
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soudasouda:
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mulkproductdesign:

Planter shown at Melbourne Indesign by Temperature
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asylum-art:

Sanctuaria: Where Design Meets Biology by Morgan Ruben Jansen op de Haar
Morgan Ruben Jansen op de Haar recently graduated from the Utrecht School of the Arts in Product Design where he created Sanctuaria as his graduate project.
Sanctuaria consists of a series of capsules that contain endangered rainforest flora such as orchids, ferns and mosses that will be able to survive regardless of what happens to their natural habitat. The project features two as of yet unnamed species of orchid obtained from cut trees in Asia, their homeland already destroyed. Within the capsules they find their last refuge.
The capsules are suspended within frames made of wood, stone and metal—materials that have been used by man in almost every era. The plants themselves are grown on durable synthetic materials such as hygrolon and Perspex.
The inspiration for this project comes from Morgan’s lifelong fascination with nature and its complex ecosystems as well as his experience interning with Formafantasma.
The project was made possible with support by a botanist from the Hortus Botanicus Leiden, the Glassworkshop of the Utrecht University and the research institute Fraunhofer COMEDD. 
asylum-art:

Sanctuaria: Where Design Meets Biology by Morgan Ruben Jansen op de Haar
Morgan Ruben Jansen op de Haar recently graduated from the Utrecht School of the Arts in Product Design where he created Sanctuaria as his graduate project.
Sanctuaria consists of a series of capsules that contain endangered rainforest flora such as orchids, ferns and mosses that will be able to survive regardless of what happens to their natural habitat. The project features two as of yet unnamed species of orchid obtained from cut trees in Asia, their homeland already destroyed. Within the capsules they find their last refuge.
The capsules are suspended within frames made of wood, stone and metal—materials that have been used by man in almost every era. The plants themselves are grown on durable synthetic materials such as hygrolon and Perspex.
The inspiration for this project comes from Morgan’s lifelong fascination with nature and its complex ecosystems as well as his experience interning with Formafantasma.
The project was made possible with support by a botanist from the Hortus Botanicus Leiden, the Glassworkshop of the Utrecht University and the research institute Fraunhofer COMEDD. 
asylum-art:

Sanctuaria: Where Design Meets Biology by Morgan Ruben Jansen op de Haar
Morgan Ruben Jansen op de Haar recently graduated from the Utrecht School of the Arts in Product Design where he created Sanctuaria as his graduate project.
Sanctuaria consists of a series of capsules that contain endangered rainforest flora such as orchids, ferns and mosses that will be able to survive regardless of what happens to their natural habitat. The project features two as of yet unnamed species of orchid obtained from cut trees in Asia, their homeland already destroyed. Within the capsules they find their last refuge.
The capsules are suspended within frames made of wood, stone and metal—materials that have been used by man in almost every era. The plants themselves are grown on durable synthetic materials such as hygrolon and Perspex.
The inspiration for this project comes from Morgan’s lifelong fascination with nature and its complex ecosystems as well as his experience interning with Formafantasma.
The project was made possible with support by a botanist from the Hortus Botanicus Leiden, the Glassworkshop of the Utrecht University and the research institute Fraunhofer COMEDD. 
asylum-art:

Sanctuaria: Where Design Meets Biology by Morgan Ruben Jansen op de Haar
Morgan Ruben Jansen op de Haar recently graduated from the Utrecht School of the Arts in Product Design where he created Sanctuaria as his graduate project.
Sanctuaria consists of a series of capsules that contain endangered rainforest flora such as orchids, ferns and mosses that will be able to survive regardless of what happens to their natural habitat. The project features two as of yet unnamed species of orchid obtained from cut trees in Asia, their homeland already destroyed. Within the capsules they find their last refuge.
The capsules are suspended within frames made of wood, stone and metal—materials that have been used by man in almost every era. The plants themselves are grown on durable synthetic materials such as hygrolon and Perspex.
The inspiration for this project comes from Morgan’s lifelong fascination with nature and its complex ecosystems as well as his experience interning with Formafantasma.
The project was made possible with support by a botanist from the Hortus Botanicus Leiden, the Glassworkshop of the Utrecht University and the research institute Fraunhofer COMEDD. 
asylum-art:

Sanctuaria: Where Design Meets Biology by Morgan Ruben Jansen op de Haar
Morgan Ruben Jansen op de Haar recently graduated from the Utrecht School of the Arts in Product Design where he created Sanctuaria as his graduate project.
Sanctuaria consists of a series of capsules that contain endangered rainforest flora such as orchids, ferns and mosses that will be able to survive regardless of what happens to their natural habitat. The project features two as of yet unnamed species of orchid obtained from cut trees in Asia, their homeland already destroyed. Within the capsules they find their last refuge.
The capsules are suspended within frames made of wood, stone and metal—materials that have been used by man in almost every era. The plants themselves are grown on durable synthetic materials such as hygrolon and Perspex.
The inspiration for this project comes from Morgan’s lifelong fascination with nature and its complex ecosystems as well as his experience interning with Formafantasma.
The project was made possible with support by a botanist from the Hortus Botanicus Leiden, the Glassworkshop of the Utrecht University and the research institute Fraunhofer COMEDD. 
asylum-art:

Sanctuaria: Where Design Meets Biology by Morgan Ruben Jansen op de Haar
Morgan Ruben Jansen op de Haar recently graduated from the Utrecht School of the Arts in Product Design where he created Sanctuaria as his graduate project.
Sanctuaria consists of a series of capsules that contain endangered rainforest flora such as orchids, ferns and mosses that will be able to survive regardless of what happens to their natural habitat. The project features two as of yet unnamed species of orchid obtained from cut trees in Asia, their homeland already destroyed. Within the capsules they find their last refuge.
The capsules are suspended within frames made of wood, stone and metal—materials that have been used by man in almost every era. The plants themselves are grown on durable synthetic materials such as hygrolon and Perspex.
The inspiration for this project comes from Morgan’s lifelong fascination with nature and its complex ecosystems as well as his experience interning with Formafantasma.
The project was made possible with support by a botanist from the Hortus Botanicus Leiden, the Glassworkshop of the Utrecht University and the research institute Fraunhofer COMEDD. 
asylum-art:

Sanctuaria: Where Design Meets Biology by Morgan Ruben Jansen op de Haar
Morgan Ruben Jansen op de Haar recently graduated from the Utrecht School of the Arts in Product Design where he created Sanctuaria as his graduate project.
Sanctuaria consists of a series of capsules that contain endangered rainforest flora such as orchids, ferns and mosses that will be able to survive regardless of what happens to their natural habitat. The project features two as of yet unnamed species of orchid obtained from cut trees in Asia, their homeland already destroyed. Within the capsules they find their last refuge.
The capsules are suspended within frames made of wood, stone and metal—materials that have been used by man in almost every era. The plants themselves are grown on durable synthetic materials such as hygrolon and Perspex.
The inspiration for this project comes from Morgan’s lifelong fascination with nature and its complex ecosystems as well as his experience interning with Formafantasma.
The project was made possible with support by a botanist from the Hortus Botanicus Leiden, the Glassworkshop of the Utrecht University and the research institute Fraunhofer COMEDD. 
asylum-art:

Sanctuaria: Where Design Meets Biology by Morgan Ruben Jansen op de Haar
Morgan Ruben Jansen op de Haar recently graduated from the Utrecht School of the Arts in Product Design where he created Sanctuaria as his graduate project.
Sanctuaria consists of a series of capsules that contain endangered rainforest flora such as orchids, ferns and mosses that will be able to survive regardless of what happens to their natural habitat. The project features two as of yet unnamed species of orchid obtained from cut trees in Asia, their homeland already destroyed. Within the capsules they find their last refuge.
The capsules are suspended within frames made of wood, stone and metal—materials that have been used by man in almost every era. The plants themselves are grown on durable synthetic materials such as hygrolon and Perspex.
The inspiration for this project comes from Morgan’s lifelong fascination with nature and its complex ecosystems as well as his experience interning with Formafantasma.
The project was made possible with support by a botanist from the Hortus Botanicus Leiden, the Glassworkshop of the Utrecht University and the research institute Fraunhofer COMEDD. 
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youmightfindyourself:

Frustrated that desktop 3D printers on offer were unable to produce things at a human scale (large and medium scale functional design objects) Olivier van Herpt developed his own 3D printer. His 1.50m Delta 3D printer is capable of making 80 cm tall 3D printed ceramic objects such as vases and bowls. (via)
youmightfindyourself:

Frustrated that desktop 3D printers on offer were unable to produce things at a human scale (large and medium scale functional design objects) Olivier van Herpt developed his own 3D printer. His 1.50m Delta 3D printer is capable of making 80 cm tall 3D printed ceramic objects such as vases and bowls. (via)
youmightfindyourself:

Frustrated that desktop 3D printers on offer were unable to produce things at a human scale (large and medium scale functional design objects) Olivier van Herpt developed his own 3D printer. His 1.50m Delta 3D printer is capable of making 80 cm tall 3D printed ceramic objects such as vases and bowls. (via)
youmightfindyourself:

Frustrated that desktop 3D printers on offer were unable to produce things at a human scale (large and medium scale functional design objects) Olivier van Herpt developed his own 3D printer. His 1.50m Delta 3D printer is capable of making 80 cm tall 3D printed ceramic objects such as vases and bowls. (via)
youmightfindyourself:

Frustrated that desktop 3D printers on offer were unable to produce things at a human scale (large and medium scale functional design objects) Olivier van Herpt developed his own 3D printer. His 1.50m Delta 3D printer is capable of making 80 cm tall 3D printed ceramic objects such as vases and bowls. (via)
youmightfindyourself:

Frustrated that desktop 3D printers on offer were unable to produce things at a human scale (large and medium scale functional design objects) Olivier van Herpt developed his own 3D printer. His 1.50m Delta 3D printer is capable of making 80 cm tall 3D printed ceramic objects such as vases and bowls. (via)
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daitao:

by Koichi Torimura
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isometrics:

// Furniture + Interior design
GK1 designed by Jean Louis Iratzoki
Made by Infor Cocinas
isometrics:

// Furniture + Interior design
GK1 designed by Jean Louis Iratzoki
Made by Infor Cocinas
isometrics:

// Furniture + Interior design
GK1 designed by Jean Louis Iratzoki
Made by Infor Cocinas
isometrics:

// Furniture + Interior design
GK1 designed by Jean Louis Iratzoki
Made by Infor Cocinas
isometrics:

// Furniture + Interior design
GK1 designed by Jean Louis Iratzoki
Made by Infor Cocinas
isometrics:

// Furniture + Interior design
GK1 designed by Jean Louis Iratzoki
Made by Infor Cocinas
isometrics:

// Furniture + Interior design
GK1 designed by Jean Louis Iratzoki
Made by Infor Cocinas
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thedesignwalker:

André Aleth Masson; Enameled Metal and Ceramic ‘Stove’, 1955 //