HANNOVER MESSE 2018, 23 - 27 April
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Interdisciplinary project - new doors

new doors

HNE Eberswalde

Exhibitor details
Logo Interdisciplinary project - new doors

Exhibition stand
Topic: Innovationsmarkt Berlin-Brandenburg Pavilion

Hall 2, Stand B33

Product description

A interdisciplinary project by the students of the product design program at Potsdam University of Applied Sciences together with the students of the Bachelors degree program at Eberswalde University for Sustainable Development.
Every day we see and use doors, and yet they are a minor matter in our day-to-day life. Doors are subject to all the same criteria as furniture in material-aesthetic terms, but they are normally not seen as such. Nevertheless, doors are a part of the furnishings of a room and are in constant dialogue with the other existing furniture. The IMM furniture exhibition is an ideal event to give this dialogue a platform.
Nine contemporary design concepts for doors have been developed under the guidance of industrial design Professor Hermann Weizenegger. The concepts were developed with a focus on aesthetic content, but also ecological, social, economic and cultural design aspects. With the cooperation of bachelor students at HNE Eberswalde under the guidance
of Prof. Dr. Klaus Dreiner, it was possible to shift the door
designs developed into series production

Development status
Under development

Market introduction

Degree of documentation
Not well documented

Market orientation
Niche market

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