Frederic Gooris and Paulina Chu made a home exercise kit out of bamboo for Design Trust‘s exhibition of creations for Covid-19 in Hong Kong, “Critically Homemade”. Frederic Gooris and Paulina Chu made a home exercise kit out of bamboo for Design Trust‘s exhibition of creations for Covid-19 in Hong Kong, “Critically Homemade”.
Frederic Gooris and Paulina Chu made a home exercise kit out of bamboo for Design Trust‘s exhibition of creations for Covid-19 in Hong Kong, “Critically Homemade”.

3D print your face on a mask, fit antibacterial handles to your doors – designs for the Covid-19 both practical and whimsical

  • An architect’s call for designs for small objects to make a difference to lives amid Covid-19 drew a range of submissions, some functional, others more fun
  • Douglas Young of quirky Hong Kong lifestyle store G.O.D submitted a 3D printed face mask, artist Kacey Wong embalmed a toilet roll. The designs are now on show

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Frederic Gooris and Paulina Chu made a home exercise kit out of bamboo for Design Trust‘s exhibition of creations for Covid-19 in Hong Kong, “Critically Homemade”. Frederic Gooris and Paulina Chu made a home exercise kit out of bamboo for Design Trust‘s exhibition of creations for Covid-19 in Hong Kong, “Critically Homemade”.
Frederic Gooris and Paulina Chu made a home exercise kit out of bamboo for Design Trust‘s exhibition of creations for Covid-19 in Hong Kong, “Critically Homemade”.
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