This experimental course taught by Josh Owen and assisted by Bryce Gibson introduced graduate level students at The University of Pennsylvania with backgrounds in Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and Engineering to the field of Product Design through a combination of seminar and workshop formats. By capitalizing on product design theory and process, which encourages the integration of engineering and business concerns along with the experience of human interaction and emotive qualities, students were invited to re-think a utilitarian product by exploring beyond models promulgated by disciplines that have focused more exclusively on either form or function. The design of the exhibition created a subtle context for the projects, binding them quietly together in a domestic situation. Presented as part of Design Philadelphia, 2008 in gallery222. Photos by Clint Blowers.