Another subject that I would like to share about, 'industrial design', it's something I dearly enjoy to the point that maybe one day I will make a career switch but not yet...
Adolfo Navarro and Joshua Allen shared an amazing industrial design project on their Behance profile titled Tenderete. Tenderete is a home workstation that easily adapts to most common user’s needs through accessories designed to function as modules and extensions, adapting the desk to any lifestyle and needs. Manufactured by Casa Bobadilla the desk has a mid-century modern type of look but with super smart solutions for the modern days, like phones and cables. The lamp is also an amazing piece of design. Of course a great industrial design will always be celebrated and the work that Adolfo and Joshua did ended up winning the the National Furniture Design Contest DIMUEBLE 2015 in Mexico. Check out below a little bit about the process behind this industrial design project.
Tenderete is an honest piece of furniture manufactured without using any steel nail, screw or weld bead. The goal was to communicate the inventive capacity of the Mexican Society to solve practical problems in a clean, functional workstation.