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废弃混凝土的新去处?感受这位设计师的奇思妙想第1张图片


使用废旧混凝土设计的“New Primitives”家具
Bram Vanderbeke uses concrete waste blocks to create neolithic-looking furniture

由专筑网王帅,李韧编译

比利时根特市设计师Bram Vanderbeke使用混凝土废料制作了一系列的家具,并在表面使用颜料和蜡进行处理,最终得到意想不到的纹理效果。

这套名为“New Primitives”的家具包括一系列边桌和长凳,家具的表面使用了通常处理大理石雕塑的石蜡,形成与新石器时代建筑相似的纹理家具。

Ghent-based designer Bram Vanderbeke has sculpted a series of abstract furniture pieces from blocks made of concrete waste that are treated with pigments and waxes to give an unexpected texture.
The New Primitives collection features a series of side tables and benches that have been treated with stone wax, commonly used to treat marble sculptures, to create textured furniture items that resemble neolithic structures.

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设计师受到“人类世”的启发,“人类世”是一个存在争议的术语,通常用来描述人类成为主导力量的时期。该项目旨在把混凝土当作天然材料,Vanderbeke认为这种材料非常有价值。

Vanderberke告诉Dezeen的记者:“在未来,我相信我们可以像获得天然材料那样去获取人造材料。”

他解释说:“我想雕刻废弃的混凝土块,就像雕刻家对待如大理石般贵重的石头。”

Inspired by the anthropocene era – a contested term used to describe the period in which human impact has become the dominant force on the earth's geology – the aim of the project was to treat the concrete like a natural material, which Vanderbeke believes makes the material feel more valuable.
"In the future, I believe that we will be able to harvest man-made materials just like we already harvest natural materials," Vanderberke told Dezeen.
"I wanted to sculpt waste blocks of concrete and treat them like a sculptor would treat a valuable stone such as marble," he explained.

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边桌的表面为圆形,有四个支撑腿。这些作品质地坚固,类似于使用天然石头制成的史前建筑。

同时,凳子为长方形块体,它带有四条腿。其表面纹理与边桌相似。

Vanderbeke首先使用角磨机切割混凝土砌块,然后再对其抛光,最后在表面涂上颜料和清漆。

他解释说:“这让表面形成意想不到、更有价值的纹理。我想把混凝土当作一种天然的材料,然后发挥表面的优势,这样,它看起来就像一种新的天然材料。”

The side tables feature a round surface with four supporting legs. The pieces have a rugged texture that resembles that of prehistoric structures made from natural stone.
Meanwhile, the benches are made of narrow rectangular blocks with four legs and feature a similar texture to the side tables.
Vanderbeke began by using an angle grinder to shape the concrete blocks, before treating them with rock polish and concrete pigment and varnish.
"This gives the surface an unexpected and more valuable texture," he explained. "I wanted to play with the surface and treat the concrete like a natural material. In this way, the concrete feels like a new natural material."

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越来越多的设计师正在通过装置、展览和产品来研究人类世的影响。

例如 Xandra van der Eijk的作品是为了证明化学废物倾倒对地球的影响,在今年的荷兰设计周设计展览会上,展示了十种产品,这些产品让人思考是否有可能减少生活中的非必需产品。

An increasing numbers of designers are investigating the effects of the anthropocene era through installations, exhibitions and products.
These include Xandra van der Eijk, whose installation aims to demonstrate how chemical waste dumping is affecting the earth and the Design Invertuals exhibition at this year's Dutch Design Week, which displayed ten objects that question whether it is possible to reduce the volume of non-essential products in our lives.

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