NonObject: A Book Of Fictional Designs

NonObject: A Book Of Fictional Designs

NonObject is a book on imaginative designs which are aimed at stimulating new thinking on creating innovative objects.

Naresh Kumar
  • 24 march 2010

NonObject is a book on design and innovation written by Branko Lukic, a California based designer. The book contains imaginary designs, which it claims cannot exist at present because of technical constraints. Through these fictional creations, the author aims to spur new, out-of-the-box thinking on designing objects without the practical barriers of utility and available technology.

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