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Living Window / fish bowl

Living Window
Living Window

Brazil trades more than 12 million computers per year and, according to official data, more than 1 million of these equipments are dicarded every year. These products are effective for a period from three to five years and, after this, they become garbage. According to government data, toxic metals in these computers take 500 years to be assimilated in Nature. These facts, and a reflection on contemporary life that appart us from simplicity, were the inspiration for this product. A computer monitor converted into a fish bowl. A product that surpass materiality, being not only a monitor, but a window to reflection.

University

Universidade Veiga de Almeida

Universidade Veiga de Almeida
Rio de Janeiro/RJ, Brazil

Nara Iwata

Design

Felipe Martins Bueno

Felipe Martins Bueno
Rio de Janeiro/RJ, Brazil

Felipe Martins Bueno and Bruno Dias Innocencio