Creating 3D Sculptures From Sound Patterns

By: | December 20th, 2014

Design Inspiration

In another look at biomimetics or biomimicry, the creation of models and systems based on naturally occurring patterns in nature, we look at an industrial designer who finds a creative outlet in turning sound patterns into 3-D sculptures.

3D Sculptures & Industrial Design

Arthur Kenzo is a French industrial designer at Fuseproject. Fuseproject is an award-winning industrial design and branding firm founded by Yves Behar in 1999.

The company works in industries from beauty and fashion to furniture and technology and has done design work for General Electric, Google, PayPal, Louis Vuitton and many other major multinational corporations as well as work for smaller and newer companies including jawbone, mint, and Mission Motors. The company is also involved in a number of civic projects for the Nike foundation, SETI Institute and more.

Kenzo designs products in industries including consumer electronics, medical devices, automotive, home appliances, consumer goods, furniture, sustainable products and interior design.

 

David Russell Schilling

David enjoys research and writing about cutting edge technologies that hold the promise of improving conditions for all life on planet earth.

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