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ReMade is an annual design challenge combining sustainability and entrepreneurship. The goal is to transform items of industrial waste into viable commercial products. A limited run of 15 are created, branded, and then sold.
I spent two weeks designing and constructing a product out of found and discarded materials. The ReMade project was founded by WWU Industrial Design Program Director Arunas Oslapas.
Laminate is considered to be one of the most durable decorative surface material, resistant to chemicals, fire and wear. Old countertop laminate is often replaced and thrown out. Small chips, stains, burns or other surface damages, make
the whole piece undesirable. Since it is custom cut to a specific counter it is difficult to reuse even if undamaged. This set of geometric bowls re-purposes these scraps.
Experimented with different shapes, testing manufacturability and aesthetics.
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Went with 3 sizes of a pentagon based shape.
Tag and logo design.
ReMade - Plico Bowl

ReMade is an annual design challenge combining sustainability and entrepreneurship. The goal is to transform items of industrial waste into viable commercial products. A limited run of 15 are created, branded, and then sold. This set of geometric bowls re-purposes laminate scraps.

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Freelance, Full-time
Bryce Moulton
Industrial Designer Poulsbo, WA