Short&Sweet in Milan: Ekaterina Semenova

Short&Sweet in Milan: Ekaterina Semenova

Short&Sweet: an interview with product designer Ekaterina Semenova, student at the Design Academy Eindhoven, about her project ‘Care for Milk‘. 

Ekaterina Semenova: The idea was to preserve or to value milk, because I live in the Netherlands and it’s a very dairy country and the history of milk is so long, but the appreciation of milk changed so much. People don’t drink it much, it’s so cheap and people now throw it away, so I thought what can I do about it?

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Short&Sweet in Milan: Christien Meindertsma

Short&Sweet in Milan: Christien Meindertsma

For my interview series ‘Short&Sweet’ from Milan Design Week I talked with designer Christien Meindertsma about her project and book ‘Bottom Ash Observatory’.

Christien Meindertsma: The material in waste is worth money, if you can separate it. That is the funny thing about waste: It’s not worth anything, unless you extract it and separate it. Therefore it’s also supposed to look like a rich material.

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Short&Sweet in Milaan: Jolan van der Wiel & Marjan van Aubel

Short&Sweet in Milaan: Jolan van der Wiel & Marjan van Aubel

Short&Sweet: een interview met Jolan van der Wiel en Marjan van Aubel, Energies Unseen, vanuit de Salone del Mobile 2015 in Milaan.

Jolan van der Wiel: We wanted to show the transport of energy from A to B. Normally you don´t have an emotional feeling on what´s going on with the light and its energy. By changing the sort of lightbulbs for our project, you can finally see what kind of energy it uses.

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