Philipp Schenk-Mischke is a graduate from the Royal College of Art and his latest project is the Process Plug-Ins. This includes a range of lopsided ceramic and furniture pieces that are designed to look accidental in its visual design as they are held up using metal blobs. The pieces aim to interfere with the traditional ways of manufacturing, going down a more random route. The young designer personally wanted to reflect his own experience as a designer in a post-internet culture. The name of the project recalls web design as adjustability and hacking opportunities can easily interfere.
The ceramic vases are called BTM Ceramics and they feature a colorful blend of colors and imperfect details. The folds are made using a vibrating plate to distort the material in a random structure. The furniture pieces are called Primitive Fixings, featuring a table and a bookshelf using slabs of marble and aluminum.
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