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  • Fututistic Sewing Machine by Brian Kang - blog & news

    Sewing Machine A concept for better expression of the creative process. The approach to this machine was to better portray what the experience is like of using the machine. The organic form of the machine suggests and connects to the products made by the machine, and its larger viewable area is to help make the experience more enjoyable...

  • Sew - sewing machine & table lamp - blog & news

    The SEW is an innovative home appliance that combines a handy sewing machine and a beautiful lamp crafted from steel and plastic. The compact shape and lightweight construction have made it ideal for small repairs of your family member’s apparels. Aside from that, this can become a decorative table lamp by placing the cover on it when not in use. The inner surface of the machine top houses a small, yet bright light that gets power from a regular electric point, the same source that runs the machine as well. A tiny accelerator, which remains hidden at the front part of the machine, has been incorporated that controls the pace of the machine by adjusting pressure on it by the user...

  • A Sewing Machine with Custom CMYK-Colored Thread - blog & news

    The Leitfaden Sewing Machine concept by designers Monika Jakubek and Anna Müller will match your thread to any swatch of fabric. Using what we're guessing is a similar technology to whatever the guys at the paint store use to match colors from stuff you bring in, this sewing machine can "copy" color from fabric or paper and apply it to previously-white thread using CMYK color process, just like your desktop printer...

  • belOga: Not Your Grandmother's Sewing Machine - blog & news

    belOga comes with a big "O", and an even bigger circular touch-screen which replaces the usual scheme of buttons and controls. This sewing machine concept was designed by Kristine Brückner, an industrial design graduate from the Munich's University of Applied Sciences with an impressive portfolio. Apart from its less than ordinary shape, the belOga makes sewing more fun...

  • Sewing Machine Design by Lysandre FOLLET - blog & news

    GOLD prize Sponsor Project Award - Sewing Machine Design Aisin Seiki — Member of the TOYOTA Motor Group...

  • Foldable Sewing Machine, Concept Design by Itay Potash 2005 - blog & news

    Made of aluminum, stainless steel, plastic, and rubber, the compact machine was Potash’s final project at the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem, from which he graduated. After noticing that most sewing machines are relatively old-fashioned in that they are cumbersome and difficult to thread, he decided to streamline the design to be more compatible with the way people use them today...

  • Aphrodite Sewing Machine, Experimental Design by Jiri Kubec 2009 - blog & news

    From simple to techie, utility sewing machine or a sophisticated sewing machine, there is always a sewing machine to meet your needs. Here’s one stylishly sophisticated sewing machine that ensures to provide you a classy essential ideally compelling you to take it home. The brainchild of Jiri Kubec, the Aphrodite is an experimental sewing machine with separated needle and shuttle motors. There is also a choice to lift off the display to access and control the machine's buttons...

  • Experimental Fashion Suite by Marlene Klausner, Gerda Hopfgartner, Joe Müller, Anna Wiesinger - blog & news

    The basic form of the sewing machine, which developed from the hand- and treadle drive, has not changed for the last 150 years. But times have changed, standardized fashion stores are out and home sourcing is back. So it is high time to move on in sewing machine history. The Personal Fashion Suite consists of a sewing head which hangs down from the ceiling on a robot arm, an interactive sewing table and a software...

  • Animo, Experimental Sewing Machine Design, 2009 - blog & news

    Industrial Design Project, FHNW, 2009. The sewing machine “Animo” is wonderfully suited for integration into the lifestyle of modern performers. It offers optimal ergonomics combined with sophisticated details. The working surface is made of walnut wood, which represents high value and sustainability.

  • Experimental Design For Pfaff by Bea Naumann 1988 - blog & news

    This vision of an advanced sewing machine was the diploma work of Bea Naumann. The project was supported by Pfaff. The usage of linear motors allowed to change the visual identity completely. 1988 the black Creator was a provocation to the Schwäbisch Gmünd school of design...

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