Type: Project in course "Design Meander"
Date: Winter 2019/20
"Shorebreak" is a stacker for several personal belongings. The wave form envolved while working with a styrocutter. The plan behind this concept was to choose a form and go through different manufacturing methods. The "mother form" was a 3D printed wave. This was the basis for a silicone modling. The final results are two types of soap, which fit exactly into the other waves, a concrete object, an epoxy wave and a plastic one.
This is more a material test and a form finding exercise than a fully planned product.
"Shorebreak" comes from the surfer language. It describes waves breaking at the ocean and the small waves coming to the beach. Just as shown in this form.
3D-printed and epoxy wave
concrete wave, could be used to store jewelry
epoxy wave, could be used for soap or pens
one wave fits into the other one