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  • 二次呼吸
    2nd Breath

    2015

    这是一组引人入胜的诗意之作,每一个手机万博登录泡泡都以自己偶然、随性的状态放大了“支撑”的概念,提醒着我们生命中那些不期而遇的惊喜。那些支撑手机万博登录的钢架,则以怪异的形态唤起了自己在空间中模棱两可的存在感:它们呈现几何形,但并不对称;它们是稳固的,但似乎摇摇欲坠;它们是立体的,但看上去又像是平面的几何线条。

    在这一系列作品中,手机万博登录仿佛在自由蠕动,并能按照自己的意愿冻结。吹制后的手机万博登录同支撑的钢架相贴合,并赋予了钢架原本所不具备的匠心和灵气。而同时,手机万博登录本身也得依赖钢架的存在,没有它们,手机万博登录也就同样无法呈现此般独一无二的面貌。

    Poetic and fascinating objects, that each bubble magnifies its support by its fortuitous presence, reminders of the unexpected surprises of life. The steel structures call to mind their ambiguous presence in space. They are geometric, but asymmetrical. They are stable, but seem precariously unbalanced. They are voluminous but look like flattened graphics.

    Glass is a material which flows freely and freezes according to its desires; these blown glass bubbles appropriate their supports and play with them to bring their soul and a certain naivety. This interaction increases the structures’ statures, but glass bubbles are also dependent on their support, without which they could not exist.

    设计师简介 About The Designer

    035-1

    ATELIER PEEKABOO

    Switzerland/瑞士
    Damien Ummel
    *1986
    Thierry Didot
    *1986
    http://www.thierrydidot.ch/

    毕业于瑞士的工业设计师Damien Ummel(1986)和Thierry Didot(1986)在2008年创立了 “躲猫猫”工作室(Atelier Peekaboo)。他们通过一系列作品分享着自己多样化的设计基准。“躲猫猫”工作室往往远离当代工业设计界,设计师从音乐、书籍、艺术乃至身处的不同文化中汲取设计的灵感和参考,并主张介入产品的沟通及制作,发自心底地积极参与每一件新产品的整个创作过程。

    在被产品包围的当今社会,他们持续思索着自己作为工业设计师应该担当的角色,并尝试以自己的设计做出回应。

    Damien Ummel and Thierry Didot, Industrial Designers HES, founded Atelier Peekaboo in 2008.They share various references through their works. Far from the contemporary industrial design world, they get their influences from music, books, art, and the different cultures they’ve experienced. Desirous to take an active part in the whole process of each new product creation, they make it a point to step in the building and in the communication of each object.

    By permanently questioning the industrial designer’s role in a society surrounded by objects, they try to provide elements to respond to it.