Sold Carpus

Sold Carpus prepared for casual coffee shop “Sold” in Beşiktaş Abbasağa. The product consists of layers which illustrates the both bones and skin of human hand with a dimmer button interactively. The idea was showing the carpus bones anatomically. The carpal bones are the eight small bones that make up the wrist (or carpus) that connects the hand to the forearm. This term derives its meaning from the Latin carpus and the Greek καρπός (karpós), both meaning “wrist.” In that step, Bora who’s studying medicine in Pamukkale University drawed the bones and skin in correct shape. Then Mete and Berk produced the lightbox with plexies, led strip, wood and electronic dimmer circuit.

Credits;

Mete Cem Arabacı
Berk Akcaoglu
Bora Unal

Istanbul | Turkey