Italian Tommaso Lanza is currently studying Design Interactions at the Royal College of Art in London.
Pictured is ‘Industrial Fragility’, the project tells a story of loneliness and neglectfulness. “Some of the most familiar and iconic items are either so ubiquitous that we stopped paying any sort of attention or silently disappearing from our lives because of technological obsolescence. Mundane and obsolete household objects are given new importance by slight modifications of their established nature, creating a new loving and fragile tension between us and them.”
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