at Tu Taller Design
The Lina Product Family
The Lina Chair is a solid and stackable chair for different environments. Its' shape and construction is adapted to a product family.
The chair is built from local wood and metal pipes with a colour painted finish. The product family is produced by craftsmen in Medellín.
Main Challenges: Stackability, Cost efficient production, Weight
LINA | Product Family by Tu Taller Design.
Ongoing project 2019 -
Teamwork with David del Valle & Maria Adelaida Cuartas
Participation: Research, sketching, idea generation, design modification, 3D modelling, renderings, 1:6 mockup constructions, feedback with engineer and manufacturer
Rendering Surrounding: Mauricio Lopera
Copyright all Projects: Tu Taller Design, Medellín, Colombia
Participation in shown projects ESTERILLA Mesa, ALORI Mesa Noche and KONKRETUS Outdoor Furniture:
Solidworks modelling and Keyshot rendering.
at FHNW Academy of Art and Design
PROCESS - FUTURECRAFT;
From traditional to contemporary - how to transform craftsmanship?
Such an application resulted in three products: a nutcracker cast in aluminium, using a 3D-printed master mould for making the form; a wicker hanging lamp with a laser-cut framework and laser-sintered clamping mechanism that can be adjusted in height; and, a 3D printed double-wall insulated porcelain carafe.
FUTURECRAFT – The connection of tradition and digitalisation. Bachelor thesis project 2018.
Teamwork with Joel Hügli
Awarded 1st place for the AMATIN design promotion award
Published in the Swiss designmagazine Wohnrevue
Nominated by «Innovation Basel»
Exhibited at Salone del Mobile, Design Fair in Milan 2019
We harmoniously connect the art of craftsmanship and digital manufacturing processes. The combination allows for previously unknown forms and functions to emerge. Digital manufacturing techniques support the design process, make it more flexible and efficient.
manufactured in lost-form aluminium casting.
The traditional metal casting technology combined with CAD modelling and FDM 3D printing processes allows the efficient development and production of prototypes and small series. The nutcracker combines form and function possibilities in a harmonious way.