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Future Factories - Holy Ghost
Lionel T. Dean continues the Future Factories theme of organic growth with a design that's in a constant state of evolution. In Holy Ghost, the back and arms of an iconic chair design have been morphed to create a very different view of an everyday object and a new object of desire. The chair is presented as an animation sequence, which Dean has frozen and used to create two 'hard copies' of the design using Rapid Prototyping technology.

In 2002 Dean was appointed Designer in Residence at Huddersfield University and began working on Future Factories, a digital manufacturing concept for the mass individualisation of products. Future Factories has had exhibitions in London and Milan. Previously Dean worked as an automotive designer for Pininfarina in Italy, before launching his own consultancy business.

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