8 > 14 november 2015 | chicago
for a designer, one of the most prestigious commissions is the design of a car.
an intermingling of fine art architecture design.
insight into our ongoing fascination with object culture.
15 september – 18 november | new york city
while researching danish light artist, olafur eliasson, we come across a home by architect tadao ando.
when i rounded the corner of tomomi sayuda’s booth at ICFF she was holding a handful of translucent eggs and placing them into the pods of her light and sound-based sculpture, sending her captivated audience atwitter.
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
Industrial. Creative. A sculpture? Quite fresh and unpredictable. An emergency laundry drier. Maybe a wall-hook for designer oven mitts? The Ciussai Radiator from Adhoc.
Designer: Stefano Ragaini and Giorgio Di Tullio
During the early 1940s Charles and Ray Eames developed a successful technique for molding plywood into three-dimensional shapes, which led to the creation of a variety of furnishings and sculptures. You won’t find Eames donkeys however. That said, if anyone finds appropriate donkeys, or other animals for that matter, please inform us. marvin gaye sings […]