using turnstone’s new bassline table as a platform for experimentation, twelve first year graduate students from rochester institute of technology’s id grad program explore culture, behavior and experience through the physical attributes of this mutable table. guided by the table’s designer mark mckenna, global design director, seating, turnstone, worktools at steelcase.
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At Wanted Design in New York, installed in huge warehouse space on Eleventh Avenue, design students from the Rochester Institute of Technology stand displayed a clever lamp using LEDs, and recycled glass tubing. This in combination with Corning and the Vignelli Design Center at RIT. Also at Wanted, Todd Bracher and 3M offered a clever wall system of LEDs and reflectors with a Sixties, pop feel.
lightfalls | 3m architectural markets + todd bracher
csys task light | jake dyson
LEDs were also a theme at Javits Center: new models at Humanscale and by Peter Stathis were on view, as well as more from Konzept, the pioneers of affordable practical LED lamps. Jake Dyson’s CSYS LED tasklight has a subtle touch control for brightness and angle.
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