Lidewij Edelkoort, a well-known international trend forecaster, chose Rado Plasma high-tech ceramics as an excellent example of modern alchemy and re-emerged earlier this year. This is highlighted in the trend report released by the pound.
As a keen thinker, publisher, and trend predictor, Lindway Edcott is one of the most visionary and insightful observers in today’s changing world. She wrote in the chapter ‘Modern Alchemy-The Charm of Plasma Technology’ in the latest trend report: ‘Material transformation has undoubtedly become an important driving force for the modern creative industry. The global design industry is witnessing together a science, Chemistry, alchemy technology is a material revolution. ‘In the research process of this report, Linde Edkot noticed the Rado plasma radar high-tech ceramic watch, and soon will be plasma high-tech ceramics and its manufacturing process Selected as a great example of Modern Alchemy.
In fact, through RADO’s persistent pursuit of material and design innovation, people can easily capture the imprint of its modern alchemy. Alchemy as an ancient way is leading the creative changes in different areas of the world today: interior designers continue to create synthetic materials; textile designers use different elements to layer and mix and present distinctive features; food designers create traditional foods with a new diet Experience. The award-winning RADO Rado, which has won many international design awards, starts with ceramics, a material that has been with humans for thousands of years. In the hands of Swiss watchmakers, we ‘witnessed the process of the transformation of high-tech ceramics into another unique and mysterious substance. It is eye-catching without glare, has no radiance and shines from the inside. New material never seen before, never seen before. ‘(Lindeway Edcott)
RADO plasma radar high-tech ceramics: unique, versatile and attractive
The plasma high-tech ceramic used by RADO is a futuristic material. Under the high temperature of the plasma special furnace, the molecular structure of the white high-tech ceramic surface has changed, showing a unique warm gray metallic luster. The new material obtained looks like metal, but no metal is used. Watches made of plasma high-tech ceramics not only have a charming metallic appearance, but also retain all the advantages of high-tech ceramics.
Lindway Edkot was deeply intoxicated by the modern alchemy of RADO and took a personal look at it. He photographed a set of the new HyperChrome series of plasma high-tech ceramic watches with a magical mood. picture of. Compared with metallic materials including stainless steel, plasma high-tech ceramics have a warmer luster and can be matched with any skin tone and clothing color. As this design trend expert puts it: ‘The color of the plasma high-tech ceramic material is between gray and taupe, as if walking in the day and night, easily driving any occasion. The unique warm gray metallic luster will lead you in time and space Free shuttle between Swiss and Chinese. ”Swiss Rado’s new HyperChrome diamond series automatic mechanical watch uses plasma high-tech ceramic material, which can be described as the“ small black dress ”in the watch, which meets various occasions and dresses, becoming the best accessory for contemporary women Choice.
About Lindway Edcott and Trend Union
Lindway Edcott is one of the most famous trend predictors in the world. Her Paris-based company, the Trending Association, will write and publish a trending manual two years in advance or even earlier, as an important reference for international brand strategy decision makers and designers. The company currently has offices in New York and Tokyo. More than a decade ago, Time magazine ranked her as one of the 25 most influential fashion experts in the world. From 1999 to 2008, she served as chairman of the renowned Dutch Eindhoven School of Design. In 2012, he was awarded the most prestigious cultural award in the Netherlands-the Prins Bernhard Cultuurprijs. Lindway Edcott was recently named dean of the New School and New York School of Design and the Parsons Design Institute in Paris, and will take office in the fall of 2015.