The Zoom tube was designed by Makio Hasuike as a flexible system for creatives to carry large sheets of paper. Inspired by the cardboard rolls that architects use to store their work, the design uses a complex fabrication process to accommodate projects of different sizes. Hasuike connected the Zoom tube with the archetype of a quiver to embed a human experience within the plastic product.
This video is part of a series of interviews with Makio Hasuike, below watch his other topics:
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We are dieci. The tenth group of senior design students to partake in italiaDesign, an undergraduate field school and research program offered at Simon Fraser University. Compelled by curiousity and bold ideas, we are twelve creatives with a singular vision: Build upon the legacy of italiaDesign.
We had the opportunity to interview Italian and North American designers, architects, and makers. The results are a broad collection of insights and ideas that manifest in a collection of films and videos. We are showcasing the knowledge they had to share, so the creative community can take inspiration to use in their own work.
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