YELLOWDOT Design Studio and ANDRAHANDARIC studio
An exhibition presented by IED Istituto Europeo di Design featured projects by IED Alumni at Dubai Design Week 2021 in d3, focused on three core themes; sustainability, lightness and fragility.
After in-depth analysis and research, the three themes have found a form and dimension in the exhibition titled "Light Shelters";The featured projects, HATCH by Yellowdot Design and ASSEMBLAGE 2.0 by Andra Handric, presented a balance between passion, creativity and protection of an ecosystem, with a focus on knowledge of new materials, upcycling and decluttering based on our duty to provide a future for the next generations.
Choosing light and fragility as key words, ‘HATCH’ by Yellowdot Design is a pendant light created from eggshells collected from three weeks of egg consumption. The extremely thin eggshell diffuser is arranged carefully by hand and bonded with bio-based resin. Assembled with a craftsman's attitude, it becomes a new material for creating luminous effects.
ASSEMBLAGE 2.0 by Andra Handric takes us into the world of fashion and textile design with an installation that highlights the protection-fragility binomial of this moment to make us reflect on ourselves as well.
About the designers
Yellowdot is an award-winning studio for product design and creative consultancy led by Bodin Hon and Dilara Kan. Founded in 2017 in Hong Kong, playfulness and optimism play a major role in the studio’s projects: stories are told and objects are brought to life through forms and materials that bring joy and surprise to the everyday.
ANDRAHANADRIC studio is an international brand, established in high-end avant-garde fashion design since 2015. “Black Clothes White Souls” embodies the nucleus around which the brand develops its values, focusing on the inner particularities of individuals, freedom of self-expression through a whimsical universe of shapes and textures.
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