Japanese designer Yoshino Fukuma creates objects based on her presumptions of environmental psychology by observing her environment closely, the people living in it and how they use things.
PingMag, the Tokyo-based online design magazine, just published an interview with Fukuma about how she applies her favorite psychologist James Gibson's thoughts on environmental psychology onto her products.
Also featured are a range of her original designs.
(With this post I am also introducing myself to the wider Core77 design community. Some of you may know me already from the Putting People First user experience blog. As a "clogger", I will post more of course on this site.)
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