Dorothee Becker’s Hand stands out with its unique properties and strengths. Designed for the modern home environment, it integrates various technologies to improve functionality. The unit features a wireless charger, USB portals, a rotating light, and a dimmer. These additions enhance convenience and adaptability to different scenarios.
One of the notable aspects of Dorothee Becker’s Hand is its use of leftover plastic from production, resulting in limited edition objects with a unique color scheme. This sustainable approach adds to the design's appeal and aligns with the growing demand for eco-friendly solutions.
With a focus on modern life scenarios, Dorothee Becker’s Hand seamlessly integrates the necessary functions. It serves as a wall unit in the bedroom, but its versatility extends to working spaces and kitchens. The unit's compact size ensures it doesn't take up much space, making it suitable for various interiors.
Made of ABS plastic, Dorothee Becker’s Hand incorporates metal hooks and clips. The unit's wireless charger reduces clutter by eliminating the need for multiple wires. It also features a large container for storing bulky items and a smaller container for jewelry and other small objects. The inclusion of a rotating light allows for different positioning options, while the dimmer provides customizable lighting scenarios.
Measuring W500mm x D50mm x H550mm, Dorothee Becker’s Hand offers a practical and aesthetically pleasing solution for organizing and storing essentials in the modern home.
This design, created by Nataliya Naymark, has received recognition for its excellence. Dorothee Becker’s Hand was awarded the Iron A' Design Award in the Furniture Design category in 2023. This prestigious accolade is given to well-designed, practical, and innovative creations that meet professional and industrial requirements. The design's integration of industry best practices and competent technical characteristics contribute to a better world.
Project Designers: Nataliya Naymark
Image Credits: Nataliya Naymark
Project Team Members: Nataliya Naymark
Project Name: Dorothee Becker's Hand
Project Client: Nataliya Naymark