Why Factor #2: Design as Response

Why Factor #2: Design As Response Since humans had the consciousness to respond, design raised as a reflex. This premise can be found in daily behavior, which is often becoming a way to answer the challenges or problems of various scales. How is the relationship between humans and design fundamentally?

Nerikomi Tiles

Title: Nerikomi Tiles Category: Clay Description: Nerikomi is a technique that involves making patterns by cutting and stacking clay that has been colored by oxides or stains. Patters produced by it are structural rather than painted on, which allows the potter to make detailed images or complex repetitive patterns on both sides of the clay…

Rebricks Paver

Title: Rebricks Paver Category: Concrete, Mixed-Material Description: The incorporation of multilayered plastic waste (sachets) in 250 kg/cm2 pressure power pavers. It can be used for parking lots, pedestrian walkways, and gardens to minimize un-recycled waste in Indonesia, especially Jakarta. Developer: Since 2018, Rebricks.id focuses on recycling multilayered recycles sachet because it is waste from waste.…

Tangerine

Title: Tangerina Category: Organic Waste Description: As one of the most consumed fruits around the world, orange always sought to be available at all times for the need of both home and industry needs, leaving the peel waste to be invented into new type of plastic fabric material. Developer: Eka Arifianty Puspita is an Indonesian…

Seaweed Bio-Packaging

Title: Seaweed Bio-Packaging Category: Fiber Description: Maximize the use of seaweed, bio-packaging is made to change the culture of paper or cardboard and plastic waste. Provider: Evo & Co. heads multiple brands with the same vision: a world without plastic pollution. Mat ID: FI-00001

Ampas Clay

Title: Ampas Clay Category: Organic Waste Description: Derived from the rest of the pulp of fruits and rhizomes as the main basic ingredients. Besides useful as compost, this material can also be an alternative material similar to clay. Developer: Upadaya itself is an unintentional brand idea in the midst of a pandemic by maximizing everything…

Bio-Concrete

Title: Bio-Concrete Category: Organic Waste, Mixed-Material Description: Eggshell based material, explored as future bio-concrete. This project is assumed will help solid-waste handling, particularly the increase of solid waste issues surround the urban area where the food industry is highly productive. Developer: Eka Arifianty Puspita is an Indonesian textile designer who develops a material exploration-focused studio…