MakeScape
MakeScape
MakeScape
MakeScape
MakeScape
MakeScape
MakeScape
MakeScape
MakeScape
MakeScape
2020

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MakeScape

Workplace device

Automation is predicted to take away many conventional office jobs, many of which will be replaced by creative workspaces. This concept is to create a coffee brewing system and ritual that disrupts the daily routine within the workplace and stimulates creativity. Through playful and engaging actions it promotes a more connected community within the future creative workplace. The coffee-making process has been divided into three parts: the orbital stone grinder, the water tree, and dripping table. Each element has its own design characteristics but also shares a single form language that communicates a deep appreciation of nature.

JURY STATEMENT

“MakeScape” is a coffee brewing landscape that scales the ‘practice of coffee making’ up into three products or furniture – the grinder, water dispenser, and dripping table – in order to create a new type of ritual in a communal workspace. It contributes to creative work by facilitating interaction and communication between people. The pure, calm, delicate design language inspired by nature and the routines of a new working style come together harmoniously.

WINNER STATEMENT

When we heard that we had won an iF DESIGN TALENT AWARD we were excited and humbled that the judges chose our project as a recipient of this huge honor. We are extremely proud of our project and excited to share it with the global design community. Having an iF DESIGN TALENT AWARD is a huge stepping stone for both us in our design careers.

UNIVERSITY

Tama Art University

Tokyo, JP
WINNER

ZHE WANG

Tama Art University

Sean Hadley

ArtCenter College of Design

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