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DEUTSCHE BANK - Future Banking

in collaboration with Deutsche Bank.

2083 participants from 84 different countries participated
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Lexus Design Award 2014
in collaboration with the LEXUS, JAPAN


2613 designers from 87 different countries participated
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design for death architecture
in collaboration with the LIEN FOUNDATION, ACM FOUNDATION, and supported by the NATIONAL FUNERAL DIRECTORS ASSOCIATION (NFDA)

2412 designers from 92 different countries participated
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ASIA AWARDS 2013
in collaboration with DA - JAPAN DESIGN ASSOCIATION NPO

1861 designers from 43 different countries participated
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OLED LIGHTING International Design Competition
in collaboration with with LG CHEM and LG Electronics, KOREA
2327 designers from 89 countries participated

design for death

urn for memorial ceremony on water
apr 19, 2013
urn for memorial ceremony on water by Agnes Hegedus from hungary

designer's own words:

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In the form of cremation burials were not just the usual live cultures for thousands of years. In the 21st century the number of buried cremation is increasing, because it offers cheaper and more environmentally friendly solution. My project gives an opportunity to the deceased watery place to rest. I combined several types of clay and natural or recycled materials. I pressed this material in plastel negative forms. With a little bit more water I can glue the parts together with it's own material, so I don't use any synthetic ingredients. The components are easily available everywhere and production price is just a few euros. The prototype was fired at low temperature to get it strength, but also porous, so it resolves within a few days. Due to the form and the material, it slowly sinks in minutes, parts of the ceremony.


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