How did you interpret the design brief and your specific moment?
01:27 makes me think of the times I lie wide awake in my bed, worrying. I wanted to create a product inspired by this specific situation. The design process consisted of lots of sketching of strange ideas, some worrying, a lot of philosophizing, many cardboard models, lots of experimenting with different types of textiles and stitches, and quite a bit of discussion with the people around me. The result is a symbolic and sleep enhancing piece of furniture.
— Tell us about your product!
01:27. You are awake in your bed. Worries itch and grow concurrently with the fear of never being able to sleep. “No worries” is a bedside table with integrated storage for worries. Instead of lying awake pondering, you put your worries in the worry compartment. The morning after you can decide whether to open the lid and let them loose or just leave them be.
Materials: MDF and felt.
Size: 46 cm x 20 cm x 15 cm