Chair by Ron Arad. Metal is a popular material used in informalist design as it is raw and industrial. This particular design's shape should be noted as its shape is very loose and free-flowing, not upright and measured.
This chair, named the S Chair, is designed by Tom Dixon. The material straw is used to produce this product. Tom Dixon has carefully thought about ergonomics while designing as obvious curves in the design are shown.
This product, the Braced Shelf, is designed by Wolfgang Laubersheimer (the founded of the group Pentagon). It is made out of steel and braided steel wire. This is a unique bookshelf as it leans towards the side unlike the normal bookshelves.
This cabinet looks very old and not very new and high-tech. The imperfection of this cabinet is clearly shown as the top of the cabinet does not have a smooth surface, and the cabinet knobs are not as high quality as the average knobs.
The Kangaroo Chair is made out of a thick aluminium sheet. Due to it being simple and made out of aluminium, it shows that it is not high-tech, therefore being post industrial. The Kangaroo chair, however, does not look very comfortable.
A school project called Alubind. The objective of this project is to design a folder or binder by using industrial materials like aluminium. This design is clearly aesthetically not perfect as it has bumps everywhere on the aluminium.