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The pencil has become redundant and widely replaced by software and other computer based tools that form the main mediums for designers to express ideas on every stage of the design process.
Christophe Pillet is a French designer who has won international acclaim for the spectrum and quality of his creations. Architecture, objects, furniture, art direction: his signature is invariably associated with the finest brands and projects of everincreasing weight and prestige.
This is Design is a celebration of the Design Museum’s Collection, which examines the impact of design on the modern world, whilst also exploring the consequences of design and how it shapes our lives and contemporary culture.
In 1948, following the separation of the Punjab between India and Pakistan, the Indian Prime Minister, Nehru, sought out to do something unprecedented. He selected Le Corbusier to build him a brand new Punjabi capital on the location of a small farming village, Chandigarh.
Bell is a series of shiny porcelain pendant lights. The pure beauty of archetype forms was the inspiration for these creations by designer Mark Braun. To celebrate porcelain as a substance and the possibilities of its shiny glazed surfaces, the coloured surfaces of Bell lights are on the outside, contrasting with the pure white porcelain on the inside.
Ten years since its debut and no less popular, Landscape by Jeffrey Bernett offers a sensation of movement with its lithe, airy lines. A new rocking base transforms it into the most modern of rocking chairs...
The table Bambi can be used at two different levels; as a coffee table or a small dining table. The table is inspired by the anatomy of the knee, where the bones can only bend one way.
The exhibition, which is divided into five sections devoted respectively to transportation, robotic technology, social status, consumer culture and play, uses a comparison between contemporary and Edo Period.
Boris Bally is the recipient for the 2006 Individual Achievement Award for the Visual Arts (A&BC/RI) presented by the Arts & Business Council of Rhode Island. Bally’s work has received two Rhode Island Council on the Arts Fellowships in Design and a Pennsylvania Council on the Arts Fellowship.
Evergreen is a collection of height adjustable pendant lamps. In designing this new contemporary series, Vibeke Skar and Jens Praet refer strongly to industrial evergreen elements...