1. Vídeo editado pelo querido e competente Patricio Orozco-Contreras, que gentilmente se prontificou a trabalhar comigo nesse trabalho de conclusão de curso. O projeto basicamente parte do estudo da sustentabilidade no design de joias, seguindo a linha de reutilização de componentes eletroeletrônicos. Sabe-se (até porque se estudou MUITO sobre o assunto) que o tema "sustentabilidade" é abrangente e complexo. Justamente por se tratar de um trabalho acadêmico e com um tempo limitado de estudo, o tema "reutilização" melhor se enquadrou. Grande parte dos componentes foram coletados no campus da UFSM, que não haviam um destino adequado ou até então planejado. É como a linda Coco Chanel já nos disse: o que importa não são os quilates, mas o efeito.

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  2. A vontade de reaproveitar os resíduos gerados no beneficiamento das madeiras usadas na produção dos nossos óculos, fez com que desenvolvêssemos um material feito da união da serragem com uma resina de base vegetal.

    Chegamos a um resultado esteticamente incrível, mas algumas questões funcionais não resolvidas ainda nos impedem de lançar a série Restus no mercado.

    Acreditamos que o resultado deste processo serão óculos feitos com um material de alto valor conceitual, que minimizarão desperdícios através de seu processo produtivo, e que trarão consigo uma nova percepção de uso para o que foi descartado.

    Dia 24 de Abril a campanha de financiamento coletivo vai ao ar no CATARSE.ME

    Produção/Pós produção - HULA I https://www.facebook.com/hulaestudio
    Trilha sonora - Igapó I https://www.facebook.com/igapo.oficial

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  3. The Serbian-born artist and designer reveals the origins of her inspiration and the everyday poetry of a creative life. More on http://www.theavantgardediaries.com

    Directed by Andrew Neel / Produced by Callie Barlow & Tom Davis / Director of Photography: Ethan Palmer / Sound by Michael Silvestri / Edited by Matt Burke / Music by Devendra Banhart / Additional Music by Jonn Ollsin

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  4. See more architecture and design movies at dezeen.com/movies

    Royal College of Art graduate David Steiner turned his house into a factory by adapting household appliances to create a range of tableware and lighting.

    "The project began as an experiment in self-sufficiency, to some extent a reaction against the growing prevalence of desktop digital manufacture," said David Steiner, adding that he wanted to show what can be achieved using his existing possessions.

    Simple interventions transformed everyday objects that can be found in most homes into tools that replicate industrial manufacturing processes, such as rotational moulding and steam bending.

    A lampshade made from a baking tray was cut with scissors before being pressed into shape in the edge of a door frame.

    An embroidery hoop and sections of a notice board frame were used to make a framework for a polypropylene mould that was put in a washing machine to create a device for rotation casting tableware.

    Cutlery was cast from pewter in a mould made from a cereal box cut into shape and fixed to a chopping board.

    Cork from notice boards was layered and turned on a lathe surface attached to the top of a blender.

    A mixer was transformed into a pottery wheel used to throw a cup made from sugar paste.

    Wooden rulers dunked in water were heated in a microwave and bent to form a tray in a process replicating steam bending.

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