Perancangan Produk Interior Kelas Premium Dengan Pengembangan Kreativitas Upcycling Kayu Bekas Peti Kemas

William Vijadhammo Lumintan, Yusita Kusumarini, Filipus Priyo Suprobo

Abstract


Port of Tanjung Perak which located at Surabaya became the import-export trading center in East Java. Hence the cargo container can be seen pilling up in North Surabaya. This event was directly proportional to the pilling up of ex-container wood. If this happen often, then the amount of ex-container wood would be pilling up, weathered until broken, and eventually become city trash. Whereas if it’s reviewed again, ex-container wood had hidden potentials. This research aims to understand the characteristics, treatment, and processing technique of ex-container wood, then re-use the ex-container wood with creative development of its potential. Design process done using design thinking methods, which is: inspiration (empathize, understand, define), ideation (ideate, prototype, test), and implementation (storytelling, pilot, business model). The result of this design were 4 design sets of interior products which consist of stool, side table, bench, and coffee table, 3 sets of exhibition booth design, 1 set of product and booth realization, company brand and its advertising media. This project proved that ex-container wood can actually be used again using upcycling technic, with creative development of its potential, and became premium class interior product.

Keywords


Interior Product, Ex-Container Wood, Premium, Upcycling

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