FUTURE MOREis a collective founded by young designers, who all recently graduated from the Design Academy Eindhoven, that share the believe and interest to collaborate, inspire and be inspired by each other.
Collectively we serve as a platform where individual skills are united to construct a diversified sensibility. We question “nowadays” along with “future” design issues that reach beyond the traditional field of product design. This leads to a forecast serving as our joint design approach. Where ideas not just stay concepts, but will be furthermore developed into meaningful projects shaped to rethink, respect and certainly wonder.
FUTURE MORE COLLECTIVE PRESENTS “FUTURE MYTHOLOGIES”
Myth (from the Greek mythos μῦθος): a story where happenings are described. The subject of the myth is often visualized trough extraordinary characters such as gods, animals, strange personalities or heroes who have inhuman powers. Those characters take a central role in these stories which have always been used as navigators for questions concerning past and its future.
As designers we use stories all the time, we basically create our own mythologies when we work on concepts. What will be the outcome, if we reflect on ancient myths and translate there norms and values into future myths connected to our profession? Do we need to questions our role as designers towards the society and move along with new technologies and social happenings?
For the upcoming Dutch Design Week, we challenge our participants to visualize a language based upon their believes and vision based on the topic.By making the project understandable to others supported by form, material and color. Serving as character in their future mythologie.
With a visual approach, sighted for functionality and finding composition he consistently is creating impact within.
Celebrating industrial material techniques that lead to more possibilities for future appliances is what he likes to communicate with use of strong visualizations and using various on/offline platforms.
Jasper translates his concepts into product, installations and spatial design projects. Where he plays with his idea to rethink processes in there sophisticated matter by reshaping them into a visual language of meaningful, functional yet poetic objects.
She often creates a visual poetic concept, followed up by playing with materials and colors to unveil the richness of the concept.
Simone focusses on dynamic and transformable objects, to create a sustainable solution to boredom; dynamic design can be an ever surprising journey.
Her products are shaped with a clear function combined with simplistic aesthetics.
He characterizes the simplicity by involving the industry from the start, and use it’s limits as an advantage.
With her optimistic, poetic and interactive design approach, she is eager to transform societal challenges into new and playful opportunities.
Designs from Hedwich, are based on well composed structures that evolve into greater forms. People are the central focus in her designs, creating a second skin by the use of intimacy.
Sculpturing a new reality, to question different kinds of illusions.
His work varies from daily-use products to spatial and architectural designs.