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Update an Outdate

Certain products seem to have avoided the attention of the designer. Either because the product have become functionally outdated and no longer holds a place in our everyday life or because it has become an icon and for that reason the aesthetic of the object has not undergone any changes since the birth of the it. The idea behind these somewhat disregarded objects still may have a raison d’être. By finding new ways of approaching the object, their potential may be utilized and the object can be modernized and find new meaning here and now.
The pupils were to update a product that was no longer in use because of its function or because no development had happened since the launch of it.
This principle is widely being used by guest teacher Simon Legald, who usually designs in house for Normann Copenhagen. He brought his intern Andreas Konradsen to work with him on the assignment.