TEDx Turku -konferenssin (2013) visuaalinen ilme ja painomateriaalin graafinen suunnittelu:

tapahtumajuliste.

TEDx Turku -konferenssin (2013) visuaalinen ilme ja painomateriaalin graafinen suunnittelu:

käsiohjelma.

TEDx Turku -konferenssin (2013) visuaalinen ilme ja painomateriaalin graafinen suunnittelu: muistivihko.

TEDx Turku -konferenssin (2013) visuaalinen ilme ja painomateriaalin graafinen suunnittelu: DVD.

TEDx Turku -konferenssin (2013) visuaalinen ilme ja painomateriaalin graafinen suunnittelu: "Turku Skyline" -elementti lavastuksessa.

A conceptual project, the purpose of which was to combine the semantic ideals of "unreal" and "beautiful" (therefore "irreal" & "fair") into a design object. The Klein Dekanter is based on the mathematical concept of the Klein bottle, an example of a non-orientable surface, which has neither a definable left or right, nor an inside or outside. Here, the bottle has been reimagined as a steel decanter or a jug, which (at least in theory), is manufacturable, but may prove difficult to actually use due to the curious inner structure of the vessel. The final form draws inspiration from the famous Il Conico steel kettle, designed by Aldo Rossi and manufactured by Alessi. A 3D printed physical prototype of the Klein Dekanter was created as a proof on concept.

A conceptual project, the purpose of which was to combine the semantic ideals of "unreal" and "beautiful" (therefore "irreal" & "fair") into a design object. The Klein Dekanter is based on the mathematical concept of the Klein bottle, an example of a non-orientable surface, which has neither a definable left or right, nor an inside or outside. Here, the bottle has been reimagined as a steel decanter or a jug, which (at least in theory), is manufacturable, but may prove difficult to actually use due to the curious inner structure of the vessel. The final form draws inspiration from the famous Il Conico steel kettle, designed by Aldo Rossi and manufactured by Alessi. A 3D printed physical prototype of the Klein Dekanter was created as a proof on concept.

A conceptual project, the purpose of which was to combine the semantic ideals of "unreal" and "beautiful" (therefore "irreal" & "fair") into a design object. The Klein Dekanter is based on the mathematical concept of the Klein bottle, an example of a non-orientable surface, which has neither a definable left or right, nor an inside or outside. Here, the bottle has been reimagined as a steel decanter or a jug, which (at least in theory), is manufacturable, but may prove difficult to actually use due to the curious inner structure of the vessel. The final form draws inspiration from the famous Il Conico steel kettle, designed by Aldo Rossi and manufactured by Alessi. A 3D printed physical prototype of the Klein Dekanter was created as a proof on concept.

A conceptual project, the purpose of which was to combine the semantic ideals of "unreal" and "beautiful" (therefore "irreal" & "fair") into a design object. The Klein Dekanter is based on the mathematical concept of the Klein bottle, an example of a non-orientable surface, which has neither a definable left or right, nor an inside or outside. Here, the bottle has been reimagined as a steel decanter or a jug, which (at least in theory), is manufacturable, but may prove difficult to actually use due to the curious inner structure of the vessel. The final form draws inspiration from the famous Il Conico steel kettle, designed by Aldo Rossi and manufactured by Alessi. A 3D printed physical prototype of the Klein Dekanter was created as a proof on concept.

A conceptual project, the purpose of which was to combine the semantic ideals of "unreal" and "beautiful" (therefore "irreal" & "fair") into a design object. The Klein Dekanter is based on the mathematical concept of the Klein bottle, an example of a non-orientable surface, which has neither a definable left or right, nor an inside or outside. Here, the bottle has been reimagined as a steel decanter or a jug, which (at least in theory), is manufacturable, but may prove difficult to actually use due to the curious inner structure of the vessel. The final form draws inspiration from the famous Il Conico steel kettle, designed by Aldo Rossi and manufactured by Alessi. A 3D printed physical prototype of the Klein Dekanter was created as a proof on concept.