ReMade: Culinary Opens November 2

It’s time once again for the annual ReMade project from WWU Industrial Design! Join us this Friday, November 2 from 6-9 pm for the opening reception and get first dibs on these great designs.

The ReMade project challenges students to design with sustainability in mind, encouraging the reuse, recycling, or repurposing of material.This year the junior studio is presenting 12 modern design solutions for use primarily while dining or preparing food. A limited number of each product will be available for sale at Ideal from 11/2 through 11/16 while supplies last.

In a mere matter of weeks, each student designed their piece, sourced all the materials, produced a limited edition of 20, and created all packaging/branding for their product. We provide a bit of guidance to the students throughout the process, sharing our thoughts from a design shop perspective as well as hosting the sale.

This is our eleventh year collaborating with WWU Industrial Design and each year the students’ ingenuity and resourcefulness impress us in new ways. We hope to see you Friday, November 2 from 6-9 pm to meet these up-and-coming designers and purchase their products.

“bob” – succulent planter by Tommy Oleson made using wood from recycled WWU dorm beds and office chair casters – SOLD OUT

“tactile” – phone/tablet stand by Ezquiel Guzman made using granite and marble tiles from ReStore

“bella” – salt shaker by Henry Dahlgren made using recycled Honeymoon Mead bottles with reformed/recycled plastic lid

“33-1/3” – fruit bowl made from discarded vinyl records by Autumn Dirksen

 

“steep” – cold brew coffee pitcher by Max Lucy made using broken ceramics from local studios

“ketch” – shopping tote made using discarded sails from Skookum Sail Repair by Ryan Rothaus – SOLD OUT

“sip” – glass mug and sleeve for hot beverages by Ben Lorimore made using discarded liquor bottles from local bars and recycled felt and cork

“fray” – potholder/trivet by Gian Umemoto made using fabric remnants from Ragfinery – SOLD OUT

“whip!” – whisk by Dan Hager made using recycled bike spokes from Transition Bikes and Richlite remnants – SOLD OUT

“flora” – centerpiece/votive holder by Taylor Brown made using stainless steel offcuts from DeLaval Manufacturing

“ply” – wooden bowl by Ryan Moorleghen made using wood from discarded WWU dorm beds – SOLD OUT

“patch” – apron by Jared Pabon made using offcuts from Oyster Creek Canvas and Northwest Tarp and Canvas – SOLD OUT

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