How do you make an innovative object? By experimenting, experimenting, and experimenting. This is the approach of designer Daniel Kamp, founder of Kamp Studio.
At the heart of Daniel’s work and every single project has always been experimentation, which translates into the use of new materials, unconventional forms and, above all, new technologies. The keystone of the Hong Kong designer’s work is precisely the combination of new and traditional, something old and something revolutionary.
In practice, all this translates into design pieces made using 3D printing, combining natural elements such as stones and rocks. What Daniel is desperately trying to do is to move away from industrial production and present a common object, such as a chair or a lamp, transformed to such an extent that it almost seems like a work of art.