I believe in a world where
Form Follows Future.*
TL;DR. Design that changes, designed for change.
*We no longer have to design two-dimensionally. By using modeling programs, virtual reality visualizations, and perhaps soon holograms or still undiscovered technologies we can design in 3D. Sketching in all spatial dimensions will allow us to start considering the fourth one: time. I foresee a future in which we do not create to satisfy consumerist desires, but where we create for longevity. Design that influences, design that transforms, design that adapts. Hence: Form Follows Future.
Felix Mollinga (1995) is a Dutch designer currently residing in Singapore, and in the middle of completing his Bachelors at the Design Academy Eindhoven, the Netherlands.
I am a maker and a thinker, with assertive perseverance. Not satisfied with taking “impossible” for an answer. I challenge myself, looking for new experiences in new surroundings, for instance by traveling. These experiences trigger a work methodology of imagining, prototyping, and many iterations before an end result is achieved. These products tend towards being critical, speculative, sustainable and conscious.
The result is a broad progressive portfolio, including furniture, digital manufacturing and photography.
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After studying at the Design Academy Eindhoven for a year I joined the Student Council, to get involved in improving the educational system at DAE. Just like designing products, I realised the academy is a system the should change and transform through iterations over time. Just like great design changes to ever-changing needs.
Trying to create a link between students and the outside world, often phrased as “breaking the bubble”, I sparked the launch of the DAE Study Association early 2016.