John Hayden

  1. USH
  2. Second Harvest
  3. Vessel
  4. IDEA: Virtual Exhibition
  6. Stadtterassen
  7. Bento Bench
  8. Umgang mit Duft
  9. Interlocking pattern
  10. Have some fun

MOKIT (Studio) 
  1. Mobile Space
  2. No Talent Shop
  3. Fuzziness
  4. Von Herzen aus Idlib
  5. Parade Créole
  6. The Gate
  7. Luum
  8. Layer
  9. One tow too one
  10. Mobile Urban Kitchen
  11. Furniture

John Hayden is a versatile industrial designer from Germany and co-founder of MOKIT, with a passion for innovative and functional design. With a keen eye for detail and a penchant for creative problem-solving, John's work is characterized by a balance of technical proficiency and artistic ingenuity.


10. Interlocking Pattern

by:                        John Hayden
year:                     2017
visuals:                 Viktoria Micheel / John Hayden

            The textile-like structure is made up of interlocking parts which are built up layer by layer using FDM 3D printers. Each segment can move individually allowing the material to flow. By using parametric tools the structure can be programmed to be more or less flexible in certain areas which allows for more or less movement. These attributes could be used in areas like protective gear or ergonomics were both flexibility and rigidity are needed.


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