EP02, The Eindhoven Project

by Lauren Goodman Canada

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The Eindhoven Project is conceived entirely from discarded objects regionally collected in the city of Eindhoven. Comprehensive research and on-site foraging expeditions result in a collection of pieces directly influenced by the location and regional waste streams; a process termed, place-based design.

EP02 is the second piece in the collection designed from salvaged bicycle parts and a discarded radiator collected in Eindhoven. EP02 debuted at Dutch Design Week.

EP02 is made from salvaged materials and has had a spray finish applied.

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Lauren Goodman is the founder and lead designer of Studio Lauren Goodman, a sculptural furniture studio using discarded objects and renewable materials to create dynamic collectable design. Lauren’s process begins by sourcing materials from regional waste streams and local suppliers in the region surrounding Montreal. Through creative investigation into waste as a raw material and combining foraged objects with traditional materials and fabrication methods, she seeks to elevate discarded objects, transforming them into unique one of a kind works. Lauren’s work is more than traditional upcycling. She is actively working to add beautiful and functional solutions to the ongoing challenge of local waste. Goodman's work has received many awards including a Wallpaper Magazine Design Award for best Construction (2023) and an AZ Design Award (2022), DesignTO Festival Juror’s Choice Award (2022) and Wallpaper Magazine’s Design Award for Material Innovation (2022). Her work has also been exhibited at design shows including Wanted Design Manhattan, NYCxDesign, Saloni, Milan Design Week as well as with galleries in both Canada and the UK
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