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Using a table and a black shed, BudCud organizes the two space of this exhibition in Wrocław enhancing its vernacular and experimental character.
After the installation at FuoriSalone, Gionata Gatto and Giovanni Innella’s research project to transform polluted land into a resource through “mining” plants is becoming reality.
Domus interviewed Marco Balich, author of some of the most spectacular events in last few years and artistic director of Padiglione Italia and of the Tree of Life at Expo Milano 2015.
Interviews / la redazione di Domus
Designer Sebastian Cox and artist Laura Ellen Bacon fuse their ideas and skills to create an installation for the Clerkenwell Design Week out of American hardwood.
For the renovation of the Geneva Cité Library, Matali Crasset designed a horizontal path through the diverse parts of the library contents with the aid of colour.
The 50 years of USM Haller system offer a good opportunity to rethink the concept of modularity, with a project curated by Tido von Oppeln and Burkhard Meltzer, claiming the importance of the culture of design and the strong connection to research.
Reviews / Maria Cristina Didero
Leo Burnett, with Samsung and IED, presents Pietro Rigamonti’s research project to enhance the talents of each child thanks to digital fabrication and innovation.
Conceived by Isabelle Daëron, Memories of a tennis ball on the fly aims to reveal the potential of the tennis ball felt by embodying new uses in some expressive objects.
On view during Clerkenwell Design Week the multi-sensory, interactive exhibition entitled “Hypnos: The architecture of sleep” conceived by Sto Werkstatt, HASSELL and Draisci Studio.
The collection for Bitossi is the result of Hubert’s research into creating mass-produced products with unique details by manipulating a traditional ceramic manufacturing process.
A collection of refractory ceramic stamps investigates in a symbolic and ornamental way the old Italian tradition of marking the bread before baking it in the communal ovens.
On view at Paul Smith’s store in London Alex Hammond and Mike Tinney’s photographic project that seeks to savour the use of pencils showing the secrets of their use.