In House


Being experimental, thoughtful and creative is key to challenging the restraints that mass manufacturing holds and stops young up and coming designers from achieving their goal, but not for David Steiner who for his graduation project from the RCA used adapted humble house hold appliances to help him create his own factory to mould, form and create a series of objects. Driven by a desire for self sufficiency and as a comment on desktop digital manufacture he has created crockery using an embroidery hoop and a noticeboard frame t that was put in his washing machine instead of a rotation mould device.

He also used his blender as a pottery wheel to create a cup made from sugar paste as well as using his microwave to steam form some wood.