A translation of Sigmund Freuds's "Iceberg Model". This model represents the roles the Id, Ego, and Super Ego play in relation to conscious and unconscious thought.
Investigating if irrationaly can play a significant role when looking "into" an object insetad of "at"
Responsible for the design of the Warm Up 2013 at MoMA PS1 (July 20th and August 10th) while working for Fort Standard, New York.
How to induce a positive feeling of slowmotion without slowing down time = A hot day + A industrial fan + A Light
If we should believe the numbers, future power struggles will concern access to clean water. "Water is the world's next petroleum" What have caused most conflicts during the latest century is the access to oil.
Bedsheet Print made for SNASK in Stockholm in order to leave your bed unmade in the morning. Laying on things makes them flat and beautiful.
Gluttony derives from our greed, temporary trance in an aroused state of mind. Thick as church walls, our borders of what is right or wrong melts into desire. A desire that is well hidden in ourselves but very clear in our exhilaration.
A moment of reflection while living in Mexico City
The bag Göran Kropp makes you want to start a new journey. Your future is your anticipated memories. The wish for changes. More often than not there is a feeling of unease before you go away.
Thinking means having a conversation with yourself.
The Hookes resembles a table which have a clear limitation of certain amount of kilograms, when the user of the table exceeds the maximum amount the object will break. The concept plays with our current systems (society) frangibility and the need for strong individuals to find creative solutions within societies current limited context/frame.
Selection of paintings, drawings, sculptures and installations.
Born in Sweden 1989, currently graduating Master in Contextual Design at the Design Academy Eindhoven in The Netherlands. Focusing on understanding human complexities and psychology through design and art. The initial focus is to translate philosophical ideas to form and objects, in order for the user to experience design as a functional gateway into an particular theory, idea, and expression of philosophy.
Currently experimenting with diverse projects at SECTIE-C in Eindhoven, having a studio located in the G-7 collective.
Some words from previous internships;
“ It is with great pleasure that I recommend Konrad for a position within a Design Studio environment. Konrad is a tenacious learner and a dedicated hard-worker who possesses a tempered enthusiasm worth respecting. Accepted for one of two internship positions, beginning in June of 2013, Konrad quickly surpassed expectations and became a integral part of our studio practice. Fort Standard is an Industrial Design studio focused in the design and manufacturing of high-end furniture and homeware. While working at Fort Standard Konrad was invariably exposed to variety of projects we had in development at the time. Projects included commercial interior design, glassware, table top and special events. Coming in at a particularly busy and chaotic time at our studio, Konrad was impressive in the ways he was able to digest instruction and work independently. Konrad is a welcomed and explorative addition to design discussions in a broad range of categories. During his time at our studio, Konrad's responsibilities included design development, project management, client relations, and fabrication. Konrad quickly adjusted to design orientation of our studio and worked very effectively as an extension of our hands. His main focus was to manage and execute a an environmental design project for MoMA's PS1 outdoor stage here in New York City. He did so with refreshing concepts, diligent communication and enthusiasm, often working late into the night to stay on schedule. It is a rare set of qualities to harness high-ambition and remain willing to accept criticism and direction. I can only imagine these traits will continue to develop a raw talent and have prepared him for any Studio environment.” Ian Collings & Gregory Buntain, FORT STANDARD
“ Konrad Bialowas was running an internship at our studio. He is concentrated, willing and charming. Actually we did not want to have an intern, but Konrad really made an effort in order to convince us. In the rather short time of his stay he was working on two competitions, both entries built up largely on his own research and design. He can speak, write, draw and make models at a very high standard which makes him a very good designer. Also he can do all kinds of computer things and really good photos. His commitment to our studio was impressive, actually he still helps us finishing projects, though he has already left the studio. If you get the chance to work with him, try it. If you have any further questions on him, give us a call. Best regards.” Daniel Klapsing, 45KILO
“ Konrad is an amazing person, that I´m sad that we couldn´t afford to hire. Our collaboration started with him approaching us at SNASK, wanting to establish SNASK products. We felt that it was a unique idea and great vision, so we made Konrad in charge of the whole process, with us backing him with ﬁnancial support and industry experience. In the end he came up with a concept for a series of high-end bed sheets in a limited edition series. They are about to be produced and sold later this year, in stores around Stockholm. Like I stated in the beginning: He´s great. Sadly he left us to try out his wings in Mexico, in some multi-discplinary agency. From what I´ve heard, he´s continued to laugh a lot, and deliver on time. At such a young age - 22 - doing so much, makes me think of rockstar designers such as Stefan Sagmeister or Peter Saville. He´s eager and sometimes talks to fast, but his ideas and visions are bold and unique and isn´t that what most companies look for? Raw talent to die for.” Magnus Berg, SNASK
Following numbers represent this particular color
1 ☞ WHITE
2 ☞ SOFT BLUE
3 ☞ BROWN
4 ☞ CITRUS YELLOW
5 ☞ PASTEL HUMAN SKIN PINK
6 ☞ BLACK
7 ☞ MUSTARD YELLOW
8 ☞ CRYSTAL PURPLE
9 ☞ COSMIC BLUE
0 ☞ is just a Frame around Nothing
MOCOLOCO - ANATOMY OF THE INSIDE MIRROR
MOCOLOCO - TUBE
BLOUIN ART INFO - MoMA PS1 WARM UP
MoMA - PS1 WARM UP
MOCOLOCO - POWER SHOWER
MOCOVOTE - TUBE