The Landscape of Paper (Kuniko Maeda, Japan): disposable yet upcycled material using traditional and modern technology.
Buoyant Measuring Spoon for the Blind (Eunjin Park, South Korea): a measuring spoon with unseen yet visualised tactile gradations for the blind.
Traffic Light System (Evgeny Arinin, Russia): simple yet sophisticated traffic light.
Paper Kettle (Ryo Katayama, Japan): a combustible yet fire-resistant paper kettle.
Mass Production to Unique Items (TAKEHANAKE-Bungorogama, Japan): mass-produced yet one-of-a-kind ceramics, created using a portable kiln.
Structural Color-Static Yet Changing (Jessica Fügler, USA): Static yet changeable structure, depending on viewpoint.
Player’s Pflute (Jia Wu, China): vegetable yet a musical instrument that provides a fun and learning experience.
PIXEL (Hiroto Yoshizoe, Japan): a structure to experience the existence of light yet shadow.