Thanks to concept design, our perception of a printer has stretched from a circular body to over-the-edge box. The idea is to break conventional norms and do something radically different yet respecting the boundaries of ‘form beyond function’. The Eclipse-dual Printer is a step in this direction and it aims at revealing the process of printing and scanning, rather than concealing it.
It’s an inside-out design that celebrates its mechanical components as functional aesthetics.
On the lines of Steve Jobs being manically obsessive of how the innards of any Apple product is designed. Although no one will see it except for the engineer, it should be exciting and beautifully laid out!
Designer: Han S. Hong