Industrial Design Final project

    Dory Edelman

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    My project is a seat created to demonstrate a material made from textile waste. I approached the project with many questions about overconsumption, pollution, and raw materials. My objective was to find a way to create something out of something, rather than something out of nothing, or at least in part. To find a solution for raw materials that were left behind and became polluting waste. After extensive research of consumerism and polluting industries, I discovered that the textile industry is one of the most pollutants releasing industries in the world, due to overproduction and the use of cheap raw materials to feed excess consumption. I collected textile waste from a variety of sources, mostly private individuals. Using a pressing technique, I turned the textiles into a hard material from the family of composites and used it to create a seat. Advisor: Safi Hefetz

    Design Handmade Sustainable Bezalel Award Technology Textile
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    UX/UI: Re-Levant

    Development: Tranquilo