“Blitz.k11″ by Shy Bernsthein combines wood and brass, highlighting the significance of each material.
“MudHut” by Daniel Narunsky is a template of tools used to create an oven out of mud. The pot, shovel and spatula can be used to shape mud in the form of an oven, signifying creation out of existing materials.
“Scissors Glove” by Liran Elbaz enables a much more intuitive relationship between humans and products.
“In Needle and Thread” Hadas Ilani examined various methods of sewing pine needles into shoes, giving dried pine a new life.
“WATCHIT” by Mel Burgman provides a ‘reality check’ by enabling people to record live happenings and create an online community where it can be shared.
“Arm” created by Roi Vapsi Yanai is a lamp created by paper, enabling different shapes and curves.
Experimenting with different materials, “Frozen” was developed by Lee Rosman by mixing iron powder with various casting materials. Their reaction causes the iron powder to freeze in different places, creating beautiful patterns.
“Dovecote” by Alon Blumenzeig explores the relationship between a product and its natural surroundings, creating a light source by industrially compressing bird feed. As the birds feed on it, the light starts to be exposed.
Photos: © Radhika Sawhney for Inhabitat