The jungle where all Rhino animals live
Renown industrial designer, Yves Behar of Fuseproject sits down with Wired Magazine to simply discuss design - his start, the influence of design now and into the future. See why Fuseproject was started and read his thoughts on what project he thinks best define him.
In 1999, designer Yves Behar founded the design and branding firm Fuseproject, and over the next 13 years has created an array of distinct new projects that have established him as a leader in the world of industrial design. From One Laptop Per Child‘s accessible enclosure, to Y Water‘s interlocking bottles, to the Herman Miller Leaf lamp, his collaborations with notable companies and causes have resulted in stylish products that meld unique form with useful and well thought out features.
Wired Design recently sat down with Behar to discuss his start in design, how he sees design influencing business, and what the next generation of makers can do to position themselves in the new world of digitally driven design tools.