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SHOREBREAK

Name: Shorebreak

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.

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3D-printed and epoxy wave

soap

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concrete wave, could be used to store jewelry

epoxy wave, could be used for soap or pens

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one wave fits into the other one

3d-printed wave

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