Tableware Design Inspired by Synergistic Complementary Opposites Derived via Non-Visual Language of Sound
Tactuitive is a series of tablewares, comprising 4 items: including Rice Bowl, Soup Bowl, Side Dish and Tea Cup. The main concept is based on the theme of complementary opposite: Convergence and Divergence. This synergetic pair is inspired by the feedback of a group of visually-impaired people after listening to Haru No Umi (The Sea in Spring) composed by Michio Miyaki. Tactuitive has an intuitive nature which empowers the visually-impaired people to distinguish the functions of four separate utensils via the number of diverging and converging lines on its texture.
Final Year Project (FYP)
Complementary opposites, Kitchenware, Non-visual language
Ceramic / Pottery, Product design
Wheel Throwing, Carving
Rice bowl: 89mm (W) x 82mm (H), Soup bowl: 73mm (W) x 76mm (H), Side dish: 68mm (W) x 64mm (H), Teacup: 53mm (W) x 75mm (H)
16 March 2017
21 September 2017
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