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Lauri Aaltio

Industrial and Strategic Design
1977, Finland

Foil box 




My thesis focuses on the design process of Foilbox, which is created for Metso Paper, Inc. With ’Design Thinking’ and ’Integrative Thinking’ methods, I was able to design a production process with reduced material usage and production costs.
Using design methods to improve the efficiency of production process can greatly increase the market potential of heavy metal industry’s products. Design in this case is not focused on the visual form of the product, but on an extensive overview of the whole production process. It is a challenge for designers to communicate about their expertise on these issues so that the best design methods would become more common in heavy metal industry.

Participants
Metso Paper: Lauri Aaltio, Markku Koivumäki,
Markku Pohjola, Hannu Villgren
SKR-center: Harri Ilves, Seppo Neuvonen

+358 40 5077375
lauri.aaltio(at)taik.fi

 DESIGN

Aaltio, Lauri
Ahonen, Hanna

Austin, Timothy
Auttila, Pieta-Linda
Chernyakevich, Bogdan
Falin, Priska
Göbel, Christian
Heinonmäki, Mari
Hsiao, Lien-Chiu
Huang, Shanfan
Ikonen, Janne
Kaapo, Kaisa Kristiina
Kangasniemi, Salla
Korhonen, Eerika
Koski, Salla
Kuusinen, Marjo
Lee, Bang Jeon
Lepokorpi, Saara
Liukko, Anu
Mansén-Laalo, Marjo
Mensio, Ville
Osborne, Devon
Panasupon, Kompit
Park, Hyunsun 
Piispanen, Tatu
Puoskari, Maija 
Raivio, Päivi 
Riski, Liisa
Salokannen, Satu Savolainen, Tea
Sistonen, Tia
Takagi, Yuko
Takkinen, Jussi
Tikka, Suvi
Urh, Vasja
Vainiomäki, Katri
Volcoff, William
Väänänen, Sanna