Saturday, 28 April 2012

Salone Satellite - Sae Ra Kang

I first met Sae Ra Kang in 2008, which was my first year back at RMIT industrial design and she was in her final year. Sae Ra was in Malte Wagenfeld's experimental design studio and explored design innovation in screen doors like those on a typical Victorian terrace house. Sae Ra was a highly motivated student and volunteered to tutor in the first year communications course I was coordinating. Sae Ra has followed in the footsteps of RMIT alumni; Edward Kayser, Dean Holmes, Douglas Tomkin and Peter Russell Clarke by studying a Masters Degree at the Royal College of Art. It was wonderful to see her at the Melbourne Movement stand at Salone Satellite this year.

RMIT alumnus industrial designer Sae Ra Kang at Salone Satellite with Melbourne Movement director and RMIT alumnus Ian Wong

RMIT University and Royal College of Art graduate industrial designer Sae Ra Kang with Melbourne Movement director Ian Wong.

Nutapult project by Sae Ra Kang

Nutapult project by Sae Ra Kang

Superform chair designed by industrial designer Sae Ra Kang.

Sam Jewell, Sae Ra Kang, Alicia Tam and Daniel Watson

StoryKey picture password system.

StoryKey is revolutionary picture password system that lets you tap into the power of your own memories. Just think of a story, and pick images that represent it. the system is easy to use, and 8,000 times secure than regular alphanumeric passwords. No more gibberish to remember, just your favourite stories.

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