Table set for Lovers
How to make your date fall in love with you?
There are many books about how to date successfully. Using psychological methods or subconscious to silently influence the date, generating the feeling of love unknowingly most appealing to the designer. By using these "tricks" to design product for dating occasion, It might help to create more chemistry between couples.
UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
In order to facilitate a date, the designer designed an experimental table set for dating occasion ( lounge bar, afternoon tea...etc. ). Laser cut stainless steel sheet can create unstable, bouncy and dangerous feeling during usage.He hope the theory “Misattribution of arousal “will cause some chemistry between the Lovers.
OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
Laser cut stainless steel sheet can create unstable, bouncy and dangerous feeling during usage.
While using the tableware, the tableware will be shaking due to the pressure of taking food. Cause the light will be reflected by the table edge, it will create sparkling reflection around.
PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
The project started in September 2015 in Taipei and finished in May 2016, was exhibited in Yodex( the largest student-oriented design exhibition held in Taiwan) in June 2016 and exhibited in TWDW( Taiwan Designer's week ) in September 2016.
PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
Production: Laser Cutting
Materials: Stainless steel
SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
Table:w900 x d900 x h750mm
Light:w350 x d350 x h500mm
Love, Dating, Lounge Bar, Lover, Tableware, Table set
“Misattribution of arousal“- During a situation which is unstable or dangerous, people will feel arousal; at that time, people will assume that their elevated heart rate is caused by how attractive they find from the opposite sex around them.
The dangerous scenario the design create must be fun and predictable so it can attract people to experience the product.
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Image #1,2,3,4: Photographer Andrew Kan, LAMO, 2016.
Copyrights belong to Yu-Chien Yang, 2016.