Dust In Design

Love this project called Snow Dust. Dust is an inevitable reality, one that we usually sweep away in annoyance but this designer chose to embrace it. A series of everyday household objects like a fan, shutters, and lampshade are constructed to a complex geometric pattern designed to collect dust. Something that is supposed to be gross and dirty is suddenly highlighted and transformed into natural art, unpredictable and possibly beautiful.


Designer: Olga Kravchenko

15 Comments

  • Giulia says:

    I love it, I hate dusting! And I'm not the only one, I guess…Apart from that, It's nice and original to see as well. Is there only the white version?

  • Giulia says:

    I love it, I hate dusting! And I'm not the only one, I guess…Apart from that, It's nice and original to see as well. Is there only the white version?

  • zen says:

    I don't really see the fuctionality ..yes it collects the dust but the dust is still there what happens with the gradual accumulation. Some of the dust will still fall off.

    Nothing is said about the disposal or removal of it , other then just the collection?

  • zen says:

    I don't really see the fuctionality ..yes it collects the dust but the dust is still there what happens with the gradual accumulation. Some of the dust will still fall off.

    Nothing is said about the disposal or removal of it , other then just the collection?

  • brian says:

    hmmm i hear health implications…!!!

  • brian says:

    hmmm i hear health implications…!!!

  • Sam Wang says:

    I have allergies…that's going to be a problem.

  • Sam Wang says:

    I have allergies…that's going to be a problem.

  • ukfrenchfurniture says:

    Just can't bring myself to embrace this, as someone who is obsessed by cleanliness this could send me into melt down!

  • ukfrenchfurniture says:

    Just can't bring myself to embrace this, as someone who is obsessed by cleanliness this could send me into melt down!

  • daniela says:

    i love the concept idea!

  • daniela says:

    i love the concept idea!

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