/ The project GLASS FUJI by Chun-Chuan Chuang

Transparency – of glass and cyclic systems

The exhibition is the result of a collaboration between design students of School of Industrial Design at Lund University and The Glass Factory, Boda and Bergdalahyttan.

The idea for the students was not only to develop glass products, but to understand the potential of this material applied in sustainable, cyclic systems for the future. They have been investigating and identifying linear systems in order to propose alternatives that aim at bringing a positive change to our planet and its inhabitants.

The exhibition was shown in the Green House during the Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair in February 2020.

Projects

Read more about each project at schoolofindustrialdesign.com

  • The way of nordic tea – Natalie Bhanji
  • Soaped – Lisa Laugs
  • The napkin tray – Kate Rova
  • The glass case – Sebastian Eriksson
  • Sustainable wiring system – Riccardo Sentazzi
  • Packaging for cleaning products – Elisabeth Langer
  • Supermarket yoghurt container – Jakob Lindstrand
  • Sprout – Julius Nobling
  • Shave – Anton Malmström
  • Scent – William Theorell
  • Scale – Sheida Amiri Rigi
  • Redan – Ellinor Fast
  • Orchid flower pot – Christina Zhou
  • Grounded – Ian Milembe Harryson
  • Glass Fuji – Chun-Chuan Chuang
  • Glass fast food plate – Shuai Yuan
  • Make-up container – Begüm Güngör
  • Glass container for food conservation – Wanhang Zhao
  • Glass brick – Zhaoxi Huang
  • Gewelry – Mengjie Chen
  • Fruit bowl with ripening pocket – Victor M Padilla Figuerola
  • Fermentation Container – Henrik Carlund
  • Aqua – Yujun Yan
  • Fish bottle – Ziyu Gao
  • Ekoklo – Maximilian A. Bubenheim
  • Longetivy in medicine packaging – Jaxon Pope
  • Modular desktop organizer – Charles Kumor Parker
  • Ream – Sunjie Gu
  • A drop of glass – Dai Min
  • A glass toothbrush holder – Max van der Mars
  • Soap tray – Xènia Roig Masnou
  • Focus – Tobias Almén
  • Vernissage – Andrea Santivanez