One common argument for humanoid robots is that as our homes are based around the scale and form of humans it is logical that robots operating in this space should be based on the same form. With Robots approaches the issue from an alternative perspective looking at how our homes and objects might change in order to accommodate the needs of robots.
The changes on the objects were designed thinking on the tasks domestic robots will be doing such as folding bed sheets, setting the table, washing, cooking and learning to interact with the 3D world. The photographs presented also aim to capture the atmosphere generated by the adoption of these objects.
24 x 16"