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Power in numbers it’s a story that’s been told many times, with varying aims. But it’s latest iteration is an architectural chair titled “2450 white / clear,” and is the latest work of Japanese based designer Junpei Tamaki.
Essential Eames explores the classic yet contemporary educational philosophies of Charles and Ray Eames through an intimate look at their films, exhibitions, presentations, and former staff members' recollections.
Markus Jehs and Jürgen Laub studied industrial design at the Hochshcule für Gestaltung Schwäebisch Gmuend, cemented their friendship during an internship in New York and began Jehs+Laub in 1994.
An interactive light installation constructed and designed using student participation from September 26th - 30th, 2011. Inspired by the sparkling patterns which emerge from crystal growth in geodes, BotoxUtopia is a student generated light-sculpture.
From outside it’s a space inspired by a primitive dwelling, an Amerindian wigwam. It is traditionally covered by birch bark or skins. Here, it seems to be made of floor panels that have been unhooked and placed informally around the structure.
Paddle is a collection of adjustable LED task lights designed by Benjamin Hubert for Italian lighting manufacturer Fabbian launching in Euroluce during Milan Salone Del mobile 2011. Paddle has many axis of functional movement inspired by the 360 degree movement of a canoe blade through water.
The London based Benjamin Hubert studio was founded in 2007 and specialises in industrial design across furniture, lighting and product sectors, working with international manufacturers throughout Europe.
Paul Cocksedge Studio has been selected by 2011 Beijing Design Week and the First Beijing International Design Triennial to exhibit a major installation set to be a key highlight of the festival which this year features London as its guest city.
The project emerged out of The Oregon Manifest design challenge, and brings together a collaboration between a custom bike builder and a global design houses to rethink bicycle design for a new generation. Fuseproject partnered with local bike builder, Sycip, to create the ultimate utility bicycle.
The Groninger Museum presents the exhibition entitled Studio Job & the Groninger Museum. The exhibition displays the world-famous designs of Studio Job, which consists of Job Smeets and Nynke Tynagel.