Form Follows Fiction II

An attempt to revive and give a shape to imaginary designs and functions that have been found within literature and cinema and never have been given a chance to exist  in reality. A room dividing hat that comes from the movie ‘Brazil’; a breadknife that cuts and toasts simultaneously, originating from ‘The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy’; and a bottomless bag that belongs to ‘Mary Poppins’. Daniela Treija has translated these imaginary inventions from books and films into real-life designs. And these are only three examples that she has worked out, from a total of 83 sketches in her inspirational guidebook ‘Form follows Fiction’.

Graduation project at the Design Academy Eindhoven, 2015 / Graduated Cum Laude


Daniela Treija

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  • design
  • Art Direction
  • Set Design
  • Costume Design
  • Accessory Design
  • Photography
  • Styling
  • Fiction
  • Film
  • Cinema