This project is to reconstruct an office in a high-rise building, the original space is in inadequate streamlined layout with multiple irregular shapes and dead space, and the overall utilization rate is low. The client wants the designers transform his office into a place where his staff can take a breath of nature behind the reinforced concrete walls. To this end, the designers abandoned the idea of traditional cubicles, and instead, they lined desks and bookshelves in curved shape alongside the walls and ceiling and moved the “forest” into the office, making it an open space with natural vitality.
Following the footsteps of Piet Mondrian and accompanying him on a trip along the cradles of his unique art is looking through the eyes of the man who kept reinventing himself and his work.The Mondrian House in Amersfoort, Netherlands, has been renovated to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the De Stijl art movement.
From 12 April to 3 July 2017. The Centre Pompidou is devoting a first “forward-looking retrospective” to the work of the industrial designer Ross Lovegrove, who promotes an overall vision of design based on the natural evolutionary process. The exhibition looks back at this quest for new paradigms in creation, at the crossroads of art, design, technology and nature.
Marking the high point of three and four years’ work, final year students from Regent’s University London’s fashion and design courses showcased their talents at 148 Brick Lane in London on 11 May, 2017.
Each year, the Triennale Design Museum tells the story of Italian design with a new series of shows, with different themes, academic approaches and formats. Its aim is to respond to the primary question: “What is Italian design?”, offering original points of view and ideas about the discipline.
The City of Jerusalem hosts until June 15 the Jerusalem Design Week an initiative of Hansen House – Center for Design, Media and Technology, and sponsored by The Jerusalem Development Authority in cooperation with the Ministry of Jerusalem and Heritage, and the Jerusalem Municipality. The theme for this year’s design festival is Islands, a reflection upon a global shift into an inward looking world of nations, communities, individuals and a redefinition of the notion of political, cultural and social barriers.
The exhibition is the result of the collaboration between La Triennale di Milano and Regione Autonoma della Sardegna, Assessorato del turismo, artigianato e commercio Curated by Giuliana Altea and Roberta Morittu.
“Nomadic Design” is the first expository project to be entirely curated and produced by BASE Milano, with guidance and input from Stefano Mirti, and put together from the contributions to come out of an international call for entries directed at designers, businesses and universities.
Japanese designer Nendo presented last April in Milan “sawaru” and “gaku” of the new projects created for the Italian lighting company FLOS, two innovative lamps that allow multiple functions and provoke interaction with the user.
La próxima edición de NUDE recibirá a participantes de México, Perú, República Dominicana y Corea del Sur. El vivero de diseñadores se celebrará del 19 al 22 de septiembre en el marco de Hábitat y amplia los plazos para las inscripciones y presentación de proyectos hasta el próximo 26 de junio.