MOE Club is a new model of MOE’e light and video augmented modular spatial construction that merges with a real-time generated video and graphics. This time is designed as a pop-up club in the shape of floating cube, entirely made of standard polystyrene panels!
Impressive ocean liners, stylish fast trains, futurist zeppelins, and racy prop airliners on the vintage travel posters (1920-1950) stand out as icons of emerging tourism that mobilized the way of living and influenced the furniture design at the time.
Designers from six European countries were invited to submit designs for a quintessentially Viennese souvenir for a first-of-its-kind design competition run by the Vienna Tourist Board, European Home Run.
„We did the first model of Sail for Gan by a simple cut and folding a piece of paper, the natural shape created by the tension of paper that gives the form to the product.“ – explains Spanish designer Héctor Serrano. Here we present just released new Sail model.
The work of Naomi Paul mirrors „back to craft“ age where we admire the craftsmen technique and his sensibility. Glück, Sonne, Hanna and Monika are such bold lighting statements crafted by hand using traditional crochet techniques, with each piece holding its own unique narrative.
The exhibition Design Relations symbolises renewed BIO 23 concept and presents a daring and critical cross section of everything that contemporary design reflects and describes in this very moment.
One-in-six people in the world lack safe drinking water. For those in coastline areas where the salt water is abundant – Italian designer Gabriele Diamanti created eco-distiller that runs on solar power providing drinking (bacteria-free) water.
During the London Design Festival, Flos launched Tatou – a new collection of lamps by Patricia Urquiola at its showroom in Clerkenwell. Classic antique Japanese armour was an inspiration for Tatou’s design – its resistance, strength, but also dynamism, lightness and flexibility.
Bjarke Ingels, Larsen & Jens Skibsted, design collective known as KiBiSi – have recently launched Roulade, skilfully bringing together the qualities of a basic high-density foam cut into a fixed shape reminiscent of a rolled up mattress, and upholstered in Kvadrat’s classic Hallingdal. Whilst oversized buttons bring up the impression of the traditional Chesterfield.
Besides many exciting events that increase in number every year during London Design Festival, The Tramshed was declared by many as the best show of London Design Week 2011. This year is returning to a new location within Design Junction.