The material follows the shape of its mold and receives very fine details

Polypropylene is a very common waste in the industry and in the packaging world, yet, It can't be recycled and hard to reuse in new shapes.

In this project I trying to discover the way the material changes due to its reaction with Acetone - although very toxic, allows reshaping in compact forms.

The material copies its mold, to an extend, but what is most interesting is the fact that it could copy textures and patterns as well.

The new aesthetics looks a little like an archaeological finding that our generation might leave behind for future generations.

Year: 2014

Stool design using iron connector and maple wood

HEXA-STOOL

Design of a stool that is comfortable even without even having a conventional sit. 

Moreover, although not having a middle support the stool stands strong due to the overall structure. 

Collabortion: Adi Lax

Year: 2016

Stool design using iron connector and maple wood

HEXA-STOOL

Design of a stool that is comfortable even without even having a conventional sit. 

Moreover, although not having a middle support the stool stands strong due to the overall structure. 

Collabortion: Adi Lax

Year: 2016