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Tom Dixon brings The Factory to Paris: an installation that comprises an instant factory creating live on-site production, a packaging unit and a pop up shop.
Droog will present during Maison&Objet a wallpaper collection inspired by classic artworks from the Rijksmuseum and Dutch church buildings.
With the Cooking Table Moritz Putzier calls the rigid conditions of our daily kitchen live into question and suggests a new way of cooking and dining.
Maison&Objet 2014 features an exhibition and an award to honour the best interior-design solutions and products on view and three forums centred on the theme “Sharing”.
Gaetano Pesce is a theorist of non-conformism and breaking down the barriers and categories separating disciplines. MAXXI pays homage to him with a nomadic exhibition designed to move.
Reviews / Maria Cristina Didero
On show in Bordeaux, Basile de Gaulle and Romée de La Bigne question the accuracy and legitimacy of adding new objects to those which already exist.
Young Indian designer Sarang Sheth created Little Twist, a faucet that aesthetically tackle the problem people have while operating a faucet with dirty or soapy hands.
With his Functional 3D Printed Ceramics Olivier van Herpt is looking to “bake in” the randomness, uniqueness into the process in order to every time get a truly unique piece.
Designed by Miguel Flores Soeiro for Herdmar the Malmö Cutlery Set stands out by its fluid
and sophisticated lines, without sacrificing function neither ergonomics.
Otocycles, Barcelona craftsman electric bike, comes in the market with Otor and Otok, two models inspired by the bikes of the Fifties.
With this jewellery collection Naomi Kizhner reflects about how far will we go to in order to “feed” our electricity addiction in the world of declining resources.
An exhibition at the Jerwood Space, in London, shows the works of the young makers awarded this year at the Jerwood Makers Open, designed to support UK-based early career practitioners.
Reviews / Catharine Rossi