MOHO IS A CRITICAL DESIGN PROJECT WHICH QUESTIONS AND REDEFINES OUR EMOTIONAL CONNECTION WITH OBJECTS, CONSUMER TRENDS, AND DURABILITY.
Unexpectedly beautiful, ever changing landscapes of mould cultures develop under the glass of Moho table curating different narratives that are, in a sense, an extension of the self.
The user is invited to interact with Moho, directly and indirectly, being part, not just an observer of the process. To prepare the table the user removes the top cap and places an agar mix. Then just lets the airborne mould to set in for about 10 minutes(or places a sample of bacteria previously collected) then replaces the cap, and let the process unfold.
The process can be repeated over and over or, if one so desires it can be stopped by pouring resin, preserving and stopping the growing of the bacteria.
The dishes with the frozen cultures can then be displayed as in some sort of curiosity cabinet.
Bordering the functional and the critical, Moho questions and redefines the idea of emotional attachment to objects, beauty and consumption itself.
OCULUS IS VERSATILE BATHROOM LAMP DESIGNED FOR MARSET, WHICH ADAPTS TO DIFFERENT MOMENTS OR NEEDS.
Bathrooms are increasingly becoming more than just utilitarian spaces, but lighting is usually limited to a few sources of general lighting which lacks in adaptability to create ambiance for relaxation.
Oculus is a beautiful versatile bathroom wall light that adapts to different situations or needs.
It can be set to emit a warm glow, which can be more suitable for relaxing and ambiance, or for example in the middle of the night when a bright light might feel a little oppressive.
By turning the lamp, the amount of light can be adjusted, becoming a practical task light, useful for more utilitarian, functional uses.