- Tapa dura: 224 páginas
- Editor: MIT Press (12 de noviembre de 2010)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 026201484X
- ISBN-13: 978-0262014847
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Nonobject (Inglés) Tapa dura – 12 nov 2010
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In this book, product design meets philosophy, poetry, and the theater of the imagination. The Nonobject fills us with surpise and delight. Innovation Watch
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The "objective" world is one of facts, data, and actuality. The world of the "nonobject" is about perception, experience, and possibility. In this highly original and visually extravant book, Branko Lukic (an award-winning designer) and Barry Katz (an authority on the history and philosophy of design) imagine what would happen if design started not from the object but from the space between people and the objects they use. The "nonobject," they explain, is the designer's personal experiment to explore our relation to the observable world. So they show us an umbrella that puts us in a harmonious relationship with nature by sending falling rain rushing through the handle from an upturned top that resembles a flower; a spoon with a myriad of tiny bowls that allow us to savor our soup; a "superpractical" cell phone with keypad, speaker, and microphone on every surface. They imagine the ideal material, "Thinium," incredibly thin and incredibly strong, environmentally and aesthetically beneficial. They show us clocks and watches that free us from time told by artificial demarcation and consider the possibility of a digital camera that captures the part of the scene we didn't see. In NONOBJECT, product design meets philosophy, poetry, and the theater of the imagination. The nonobject fills us with surprise and delight.Ver Descripción del producto
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This is clearly manifested in their innovative ideas and outcomes such as '1001 Drops.' NONOBJECT takes an iconically shaped tool that's been around for thousands of years, the spoon, and redefines it. The spoon's newly evolved form could change the way we experience food -- enhancing flavors, helping us respect food and ourselves, and extending the pleasure of eating a meal.
Our future will benefit from more thinkers and creators like the innovators behind NONOBJECT. Their method of design addresses latent needs and can create outcomes that enrich our interaction with the world.
This book will open your eyes to new possibilities and inspire you to look at everyday objects with a new perspective.
The commentary by Barry Katz enhances the experience with some great insights....perhaps the more provocative and engaging aspect of book. I savored and reread over and over several of my favorite paragraphs.
This book reminds me of stimulating conversation and brainstorming with fascinating company sharing a bottle of wine. But in the morning you wonder what was accomplished.
I wish that some examples of the brainstorming had turned into real things ... some tangible translation of the brainstorming into innovative products or designs.
I was left hungry for a few fully evolved nuggets that we could apply to our own brainstorming or daily lives. This beautiful book could have been a complete feast for the eyes and mind.