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This stunning collection of 3D printed jewelry was designed by two young designers from the Czech Republic, Marketa Richterova and Zbynek Krulich. Through the development of 3D software more and more pioneering designers are taking advantage of this innovative method of design and production to achieve levels of intricacy within the realization of their designs...
The sports apparel giant Nike teamed up with the Shanghai based practice of Studio-at-Large to create a futuristic installation as part of a one day launch event for their latest footwear product, the Nike Free.
As his first foray into the world of automobile design, innovative Welsh designer teamed up with the French firm of Renault to produce the high-concept Twin‘Z city car. Released at the Salone del Mobile, an unlikely venue for an automobile, the car was presented as a design project more suitable for this audience rather than the average car lover.
Recently shown in the Sawaya & Moroni showroom during Milan Design Week is the Kuki Chair, a limited edition design by Zaha Hadid for the Italian brand. The bright indigo blue chair is created from a single plastic surface which has been manipulated into a series of folds and bends which produce its final freestanding form.
Once more,the innovative practice of Nendo have exerted a dynamic presence in the world of international design. We are accustomed to witnessing their contemporary designs which incorporate a strong element of functionality as demonstrated in the following collaborations presented at the 2013 Salone del Mobile in Milan.
A tourist information center in the Black Forest region of Baiersbronn was given a unique makeover by the practice of Partner und Partner Architekten. The 160 sq.m. space is entirely defined by what appears to be a pile of wood 15.5 meters long and 2.4 meters wide!
The Mirra, a classic office chair by the American firm of Herman Miller, has been redesigned by the German practice of Studio 7.5 and introduced at the 2013 Salone del Mobile as the Mirra 2. Inspired by the ongoing interest in and coordination of office and home environments...
I think the essence of design never changes, just like the essence of making music doesn’t change. Somehow, a designer needs to create a successful relationship between a person, the intended user, and an object, the design created. It doesn’t matter how good you are with whatever designtool, if you forget about that, you’ll fail, in my opinion.
Students from Rotterdam’s Piet Zwart Institute presented their project. Altered Appliances this month during the 2013 Milan Design Week. This collection of four low-tech hand powered kitchen utensils were shown during a live demonstration where they explained the making process of each object.
Currently on show as part of the INTERNI Hybrid Architecture and Design Exhibition for the Milan Design Week is the Pure Capsule Collection, a series of footwear designed by well known French architect Jean Nouvel for Ruco, the Italian shoe brand.