Myth and Material, an exhibition of work by designers Doshi Levien for Moroso, has opened at the Italian brand’s showroom in New York. Doshi Levien will show a number of pieces influenced by Indian culture, and designed specifically for Moroso. The exhibition will continue until 18 October at the Moroso showroom at 146 Greene Street, New York. The following is from Doshi Levien: – ‘Myth and Ma..
Architects: Die Baupiloten Location: Berlin, Germany Client: TU Berlin Project Team: Susanne Hofmann with Marlen Weiser, Monica Wurfbaum, Martin Janekovic and the Baupiloten Christian Baalß, Tobias Bernecker, Anne Doose, Julian Fissler, Patrick Hoffmann, Denitsa Ilieva, Christoph Jantos, Elena Pavlidou-Reisig, Simone Sexauer, Benedikt Tulinius, Katya Vangelova, Ines Wegner und Mario Bär, Jens Kä..
Even if the influence of traditional Scandinavian furniture design on her work is unmistakable, Ditte Hammerstrøm's design is far removed from dry Nordic functionalism. Since graduating from the Danish Design School in Copenhagen she has, together with a number of other young designers, presented designs which more or less experimentally explore new directions beyond the modernistic Danish class..
German designers ett la benn presented a new modular storage system at the Create Berlin show in London last month. Designers Danilo Dürler and Oliver Bischoff have worked together as ett la benn since July 2006. Create Berlin was part of the Tent London exhibition. The following is from ett la ben: – SWOC Description: SWOC is a modular storage system that offers a variety of combinations and a ..
Berlin-based Mashallah Design & Linda Kostowski have created items of clothing by scanning human bodies and using the data to create sewing patterns. Above: Wolf The human form is turned into 3D patterns of polygons, which are then turned into 2D files and used to laser cut fabric. Above: Wolf. Above: Juki Above: Juki Above: Swimmies The following information is from Mashallah Design: – THE T-SH..
The GINA Light Visionary Model by BMW is a concept featuring a flexible fabric skin stretched over an articulated metal frame, meaning the car can change shape. Developed by BMW Group Design and unveiled yesterday, the concept is meant to provoke discussion about the possibilities of car design in the future. Doors open upwards and outwards, creating folds in the material that disappear when the..
Architect: nArchitects Location: Lacoste, France Project Completion Year: July 2006 Design Team: Eric Bunge, Mimi Hoang (Partners); Daniela Zimmer (Project Architect), Kazuya Katagiri, Takuya Shinoda, Shuji Suzumori / Fabrication by nARCHITECTS and SCAD (Jim Bischoff, Michael Gunter, Cindy Hartness, Michael Porten, Ryan Townsend, Troy Wandzel, with Natalie Bray and Sarah Walko) Client: Savannah ..
Windshape was an ephemeral structure commissioned in 2006 by the Savannah College of Art & Design (SCAD) as a gathering space for students and as a venue to host events in their Provence campus in Lacoste, France. Windshape became the main public meeting space in the small town, and hosted concerts, exhibitions, and ceremonial gatherings throughout the summer of 2006. The project was designed by..