S for Social by Supermama
Porcelain, plates and pants. These objects seemingly serve only everyday functions, but
they also shape how we socialise at dinner, and our perceptions of the users and their cultures. Such invisible outcomes can create more value than the objects’ apparent attributes.
Designers must, therefore, keep in mind how their creations interact with people and the larger society. What kinds of conversation should we encourage among them? What social outcomes are we hoping for? In our four collections, “S for Social”, we explore the designers’ role in society and the positive changes we can bring about.