A Chat with String Furniture’s co-Founder
In 1949 Swedish publishing house Bonnier came up with an ingenious idea to encourage people to buy more books – they announced a competition asking for architects to design a […]
Sebastian Herkner shines at IMM
Typical at any big international furniture fair is an energy surrounding the work of a hyped designer. Buyers, clients, producers and the media hover, toast and celebrate the man-of-the-moment’s success; […]
Bas Princen. Image and Architecture
The photographer Bas Princen talks about his new series of works that question the accepted conventions of architectural photography.
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HYÈRES INTERNATIONAL DESIGN FESTIVAL/ ENTRY CALL
The private pools’ architecture
Is a pioneering fair exclusively gathering unique pieces and limited editions dedicated to contemporary collectible design, of the 21st century.
Design Display 06: Transience
Transience is the theme taken on by the current and sixth Design Display exhibition at the Autostadt in Wolfsburg. It focuses on the ecological challenges, for example, show that transience […]
Manifesto / Blink of an Eye, by Luke Pearson
Communication and the capacity to shape our world with tools leads to cities erupting vertically. This is what spawned the modern office. Just as with China now, the migration from the fields to the office building was rapid. Like Henry Ford’s factories, the modern office – for the most part – has been rigid and geometric, in line with its architecture. All was planned to be homogenous and efficient within the confines of our analogue working format, and was therefore intentionally limited.View All / Previous Manifesto