This inspiration gallery contains a diverse collection of images – Issue No.4
If you’ve ever played an instrument, you’re probably familiar with the humble metronome. Back and forth, back and forth… but have you ever wondered what it would take to get more than one metronome clicking in sync?
Max Qwertz and Yanik Balzer worked on this project at Köln International School of Design. Starting as a theoretical evaluation of the history of Ready-made objects in design they developed several design objects that transform ordinary products into different objects with new appearances and usages.
This inspiration gallery contains a diverse collection of images – Issue No.3
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