yuri suzuki + technology will save us: denki puzzle yuri suzuki + technology will save us: denki puzzle
sep 07, 2012

yuri suzuki + technology will save us: denki puzzle

‘denki puzzle’ by yuri suzuki + technology will save us images © hitomi kai yoda

as part of the designers in residence program at the london design museum, japanese designer yuri suzuki has collaborated with  technology will save us to create ‘denki puzzle’. by exploring communication systems in consumer electronics, they have facilitated the accessibility to technology and user interaction. using a kit of bespoke printed circuit board (PCB) components, each individual part retains a unique shape which visually represents its function and can be built to form working appliances such as a radio or lighting systems. through the process of assembly, an understanding and  appreciation of the building blocks of more complex technologies is gained.

radio built using specific components and resistors

radio built using specific components and resistors

detail of the radio assembly

unique components representing specific functions

user assembly

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