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Studio Floris Wubben | Pressed

Objects Studio Floris Wubben | Pressed

In order to manufacture final products, machines are becoming less and less dependent on humans. As a result, the typical human touch is disappearing from almost all products we use and see in our day-to-day life. The items created with the “pressing-machine” emphasize the meaning of human actions in creating objects.

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The choice to extrude profiles and the way one moves the presser has a huge influence on the esthetical appearance of the final artifact.

Studio Floris Wubben | Pressed

Studio Floris Wubben | PressedWith the project Pressed method, humans and machines are working together in harmony; they need each other in order to create objects. Due to this distinctive craftsmanship, each unique object can be seen as a combination of mechanical production and handmade artifacts.

Studio Floris Wubben | Pressed

Studio Floris Wubben | PressedDuring the manufacturing process the epoxy-clay is pressed through the extrusion profiles. As a result, machine and human behavior will not only define the product’s shape but also its tint. Combinations of the extrusion profiles are endless; therefore there are also an enormous variety of exclusive objects.

Studio Floris Wubben | PressedMoreover, it is a long-lasting material. The pressed Project facilitates a short and fast manufacturing process from “semi-manufactured goods” into a finalized product.

Designer: Studio Floris Wubben
Project name: Pressed
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