Metropolitan Works presents Digital Explorers exhibition. February 9 – March 12 2009. London. To celebrate the launch of their new £4.5million facility, Metropolitan Works are hosting a FREE exhibition. [PR]
Brooklyn’s MoMA ATLANTIC / PACIFIC project. The exhibition consists of reproductions from the museum’s permanent collection posted in the Atlantic / Pacific subway station.
Greener gadgets. 2009. February 27, 2009. New York City USA. Innovators, entrepreneurs, visionaries, and eco-designers will return to New York City to discuss the future of sustainability for the consumer electronics industry.
Green:Net 2009. March 24, 2009. San Francisco, CA USA. The First Green Conference for the Internet Technology Industry At Green:Net, we’ll show you how the tools created in the Internet, computing and IT revolutions will be crucial for fighting climate change. Whether you’re in a corporation looking to learn about best Green IT practices or […]
It’s been a year. Where are the 2009 Plagiarius Award winners? We are eagerly waiting.
Welcome to the Spark 2009 Competition, Designers! The SparkAwards are the new competition created to promote great design and designers and encourage people to explore their creativity. Sparks invites everyone to participate–designers, art directors, architects, design firms, manufacturers, institutions, ad agencies, students and non-professionals may enter. Call For Entry begins February 1, 2009.
From the creator of Helvetica the Movie, Gary Hustwit, comes a new documentary. Above: sidewalk + snow + stereo in nyc = a production still Objectified is a feature-length documentary about our relationship to manufactured objects and, by extension, the people who design them. It’s a look at the creativity at work behind everything from […]
Mar 29 2009. A live 5-day blogathon in Los Angeles with back-to-back discussions, interviews, panels, slideshows, films and parties designed to push the architecture and landscape conversation from virtual to reality. An opportunity to reflect on how blogs participate, redefine and sometimes even lead the architectural conversations that are happening today on the street, in […]
Looking back. Special edition Pantone Flight Stool designed for the International Contemporary Furniture Fair in New York City, 2005. Timeless sculptured plywood furniture. Designer: Barber Osgerby Producer: Isokon Plus
Bruce Nessbaum’s take on why TED may be better than Davos for socio-economic mess: too big of a disjuncture between problem and solution people. via BusinessWeek