Exhibition for Graduation
Köln international school of design
In times of all-accessibility and digital over-connectedness, people tend to surround themselves with tamed and anonymous products that are completely disconnected from their origin and process. The tendency of always wanting to have a faster, shinier and more stylish possession is omnipresent.
The urgency for new and more considerate ways of consumerism might arise sooner than we think. With the increasing scarcity of natural resources, we have to seek for alternative production methods. At best, there will come a time when people want to invest in a sustainable story with an emotional value. A story of the heavy duty of industrial production and consumption.
This was an appreciation of our materials and processes.
This Final Thesis would not have been possible without the help of the following people:
Mum & Dad
Olli & all the stonemasons of Schiffarth
All the blacksmiths of Hammerwerk Erft
Jose Ceballos Tejero
All the aluminium workers of alimex
Britta Di Napoli
Diego Di Napoli
Dario & Kadir
Esther & Kevan Butt
Christoph van Bömmel
Thank you so much for your support!
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