Drawerment | drawers on the wall

published in: Design By Costas Voyatzis, 14 June 2008

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AUTHOR:JAROSLAV JUŘICA
YEAR:2008
MATERIAL:MDF, 2ndhand drawers
DIMESIONS:different sizes
Drawerment is a composition of drawers collected from old office furniture. The installation enables viewers to find their own story in it.
In 1993, Tejo Remy designed a the iconic „Chest of Drawers“. He assembled different kinds of drawers into an accidental and dynamic composition. I took this idea apart and let the drawers fly free to find their own position in the corner of the room.
The Drawerment could also be a small anniversary of 15 years of „Chest of Drawers“ - A piece of art that let loose the „rigid“ era of product design at that time.
The composition has been designed for Demakersvan | dutch design house as a part of their renovated studio in Rotterdam.

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Hubero Kororo Design Group was founded by students of industrial design in Brno, the second largest city in the Czech Republic, in spring 2005.  According to their philosophy , design is a medium able to comunicate with user. A product is not based only on a shape or a function. It has often ability to evolve users and tell something. Their focus is to realize their ideas in broader context. They are looking for a new relationships between the product and a user to move the board of design further from applied art to sociology and cultural context.  In this case, outcome doesn't have to be only a product but it can also be an idea or an action.  The title Hubero Kororo is also reaction against the existing trend, when many artists include terms such as "studio" or "design" in their names.

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BcA. Petr Korecký (product designer) - terminated the activity in 2008

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