Christophe Guberan proves that simple ideas can also be creatively innovative: with simple solutions the Swiss realises approaches that has not been available in this way yet.
In 2012, Guberan graduated from the University of art and design of Lausanne (ECAL), Switzerland. Also in 2012, he presented an idea at the Salone Internazionale del Mobile in Milan that was simple as well as impressing at the same time: HydroFold is an ink that produces self-folding origami. With a little bit of sense for design, current standard computers and ink-jet printers are able to create complex artworks. Christophe Guberan also used for all his further works this approach of simple solutions to prove that these are still very innovative. In 2014, he moved to Boston where he started his collaboration with MIT Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
The Frana Pen Holder, created for Alessi, show or hides its content by tilting over to the side by only one hand movement. Just as simple as ingenious - with this product Christophe Guberan demonstrates how inspiring and easy the simple technology for innovative solutions can be applied.
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