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The use of flexible silicon enables the plant pot Fold Pot by Emanuele Pizzolorusso to take into account the plant’s changes and grow along side it.
Studio Swine, combining hair with a natural resin, created a composite materiale used for a collection of objects inspired by the 1930’s Shanghai-deco style.
Curated by Tulga Beyerle and Thomas Geisler, “Exemplary: 150 Years of the MAK” celebrates the institution captained by Peter Noever for many years and now in the hands of Christoph Thun-Hohenstein.
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Canadian designer Guillaume Sasseville draws inspiration from Austrian glassmakers for his Verre Commun project, a collection of glass tumbler in the English style.
Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen will celebrate the tenth anniversary of Studio Wieki Somers, with the exhibition “Out of the Ordinary”, due to open in October.
Constance Guisset created for the Palais de Tokyo the project Three Conversations: a series of seats that provides an inviting area for visitors to chat, to observe, and to kiss.
The “Construct–de–construct” exhibition challenges the visitor of the Droog Gallery: Can you see things in a different order and make something new out of the existing?
The Narcissus Desk by Sebastian Errazuriz is a continuation of his functional sculptures, which invite the viewer to look again at everyday objects, spaces and situations.
The exhibition at the Central de Diseño de Matadero wants to make people realize that graphic design is more than just a product generator or an excuse to “make things prettier”.
The Fox's Den, by French creative duo Zim&Zou, is a 3D “home” of a humanised fox made of paper and leather, in the window of Hermès in Barcelona.
Gravina designed the ADI-FAD medal, a Spanish prize given to the best final degree project, as an Arduino equipped medal that claps when it is put on the winners.
Les Pescadous, designed by Margaux Keller for Roche Bobois, is a collection of handmade glass bottles with a fishing float used as a lid top.