Written as a diary of an architect, and paired with Crapitla's photography and drawings, Belvedere featured an experimental design journey taken place in 133 days. There are only a few exemplars of this book, each one different from the other – never twice the same as an approach to making the quality of nature live. As a piece proposed for a thesis of an architect who seeks digital craftsmanship in structures, the covers are crafted from a single piece of an ash, the ribbon buckle is crafted from brass and the cards are designed in AutoCAD, engraved and cut by a laser cutter.

  • Category
    Product Design, Graphic Design, Digital Design, Digital Craftsmanship
  • Client
    Oslo National Academy of the Arts (KHiO)
  • Location
    Oslo, Norway
  • Master Thesis

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