This open innovation project originates from the working partnership between DFORM, a hi-tech company that works with solid surface, methacrylates and HPL laminates, and CREAA, a firm specialising in strategic communication and art thinking.
The team working on the project:
The system consists of a modular structure and a covering. The innovative features offered by this solution are the interchangeable coverings and the methods adopted to market the product.
We are moving towards the servitization of the art world, where the physical structure no longer has any market value but is merely a material that can be reused as many times as possible.
The beapart structure is made of recycled aluminium, while the coverings consist of Corian®, LED light or MDF panels.
The module has been designed so that – when a show or exhibition comes to an end – the covering can be replaced or regenerated on site to create another layout with different ideas, forms and contents. We are talking about a circular process, as the materials used can be regenerated by the company or recycled once their life cycle has come to an end. The modular system can also be dismantled into separate elements and is therefore easy to transport, thereby simplifying and optimising transportation.