French designer Sibylle Delclaux has made a porcelain collection called Ageless Objects. It consists of everyday technological objects, including a radio, speaker system, an alarm clock and a door bell, reinterpreted to highlight the overproduction of such objects. Despite them normally being digital, these objects have been made more tangible. The user turns the cones to get the right sound level on the speaker, and the alarm clock is silenced by touching the side of the clock face.
"Indeed body movement is crucial to define the use of a product and to create a sensible and emotional link, that in a way enables to go against excessive consumption and obsolescence that reign over ordinary products," Delclaux tells Trendlogg.