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Being a fresh designer, the love I have for Japanese joinery and packaging (tsutsumu), and last, being a trauma medic produced this project.
I wanted to use the my knowledge of knots and improvised bandages, with this passion for simple humble things that have no more meaning than the act of their Creation, something dynamic that starts with a simple logic and can grow more and more complex without a destination, a prosses that i can create with my own hands and do on my spare time.
Like the tsutsumu, i wanted to deal with the connection between two everyday materials which thier manipulation is the "sum that is more than its parts".