100 Objects Series 3
With the 100 Objects Series Daniel Weil wanted to inject a cultural approach into the design of technology, by, for example, hand-drawing electronic circuits that allowed disparate elements to be plugged into sockets in a floating arrangement, maximising the freedom of the design. After the success of the first series of 100 Objects created as a commission in the early 1980s by a Milanese legal firm for 100 clients, Weil developed two more. The series were a significant influence on later critical design approaches addressing accelerating rates of technological change.
Joining Pentagram Design in 1992, Daniel Weil has created products, packaging, interiors and visual approaches for a broad range of clients that include: Swatch, Benetton, United Airlines, Mothercare, Boots and the World Chess Championship. An architect by training and former Professor of Industrial Design at the Royal College of Art, Daniel has designed and manufactured his own range of products, including the iconic Bag Radio. His work is in the permanent collections of the MOMA and V&A, amongst others. In 2014, the Design Museum celebrated Daniel’s career with the exhibition Time Machines: Daniel Weil and the Art of Design.