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'Memorabilia' Showcases Unique Eco-Designs within a Gorgeous Medieval Monastery at Liege's Reciprocity Biennale

by , 10/18/12

Memorabilia, Liege Design Biennale, Reciprocity, Belgium, Musée de la Vie Wallone, Kaspar Hamacher, Matylda Krzykowski, Giovanna Massoni, Emile De Visscher, En & Is, Raphaël Charles, Maya Ben David, Eugenia Morpurgo, Lee Sanghyeok, Björn Kwap, Caroline Andrin, Maak, Sofie Boons, Andres Fabian, Studio Daniel, charcoal, craft, lamp, eco-design, restored monastery, Art, Architecture, social design, Green Products, Recycled Materials, DIY, humanitarian design, Green renovation, Green Lighting, green furniture,

Design Academy of Eindhoven‘s graduate Israeli Maya Ben David worked with manipulated digital images depicting the Egyptian revolution, which she 3D printed to create her waste-free “Revolution Vase”.

Memorabilia, Liege Design Biennale, Reciprocity, Belgium, Musée de la Vie Wallone, Kaspar Hamacher, Matylda Krzykowski, Giovanna Massoni, Emile De Visscher, En & Is, Raphaël Charles, Maya Ben David, Eugenia Morpurgo, Lee Sanghyeok, Björn Kwap, Caroline Andrin, Maak, Sofie Boons, Andres Fabian, Studio Daniel, charcoal, craft, lamp, eco-design, restored monastery, Art, Architecture, social design, Green Products, Recycled Materials, DIY, humanitarian design, Green renovation, Green Lighting, green furniture,

Italian designer Eugenia Morpurgo was presenting her “RIY:Repair It Yourself” kit that breaks free from planned obsolescence and empowers users to fix their own shoes.

Memorabilia, Liege Design Biennale, Reciprocity, Belgium, Musée de la Vie Wallone, Kaspar Hamacher, Matylda Krzykowski, Giovanna Massoni, Emile De Visscher, En & Is, Raphaël Charles, Maya Ben David, Eugenia Morpurgo, Lee Sanghyeok, Björn Kwap, Caroline Andrin, Maak, Sofie Boons, Andres Fabian, Studio Daniel, charcoal, craft, lamp, eco-design, restored monastery, Art, Architecture, social design, Green Products, Recycled Materials, DIY, humanitarian design, Green renovation, Green Lighting, green furniture,

“Mom’s Sound” by Lee Sanghyeok recreates the designers’ childhood sounds of homemade Korean food preparation through hollow wooden chopping boards.

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