Anna Lööf Möller

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South Korean product and furniture designer Xerock Kim created a wooden cabinet covered in bark. Named Accumulation, the piece symbolizes the place at which tradition and modernity meet.

Tree bark covered furniture uses traditional methods

Students in a “research by making” thematic design studio at Rotterdam’s Piet Zwart Institute rolled out projects in which they investigated low-tech appliances and gadgets and then re-imagined them to offer an alternative use. During the exhibition, entitled Altered Appliances, the students presented the kitchen-based designs and showed the process of making.

Altered Appliances by Piet Zwart Institute students / Patterned rolling pins that make edible plates and a meat grinder that squeezes out biodegradable bowls are among a set of kitchen products on show at Ventura Lambrate in Milan this week.

Wooden Wall-E

This is WALL-E made out of wood. It was very well constructed. Disney commissioned UK-based sculptors and a group called Morpheus Prototypes to build this wooden sculpture of Wall-E as a gift for Pixar/Disney Chief Creative Officer John Lasseter.