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Department of Industrial Design

Benjamin Swig

Industrial Design 2019 : Graduate Works
Daniel Elkayam, SEAmpathy - Algae Ranging Between Living and Dead Matter
, 2019, Graduated 2019, Industrial Design



Advisor: Shamia opher Nati
Imagine a world in which we harness nature in favor of man without harming it. Reflecting on our consumption habits and a vision for wellbeing that is more beneficial for both the planet and mankind have led to a design process that explores algae as a catalyst for perceptual change. The project focuses on the Biophilic experience and natural aesthetics with objects that offer two approaches that create a hybrid between land and sea:
“YAMA” – A partition that proposes an implementation of the algae as a versatile sheet with a potential for recycling and industrialization.
“MAYMA” – Reconstruction of the algae for a configuration of living fibers that sustain photosynthesis.

Daniel Elkayam
Graduated 2019
SEAmpathy - Algae Ranging Between Living and Dead Matter