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Eating objects was a design exploration of food, molecular gastronomy and eating experiences. Using food as a material we created a series of food 'products' that would be constructed by the diner in a restaurant.
The Brickchair was the result of a reaction on a drawing made by James Gulliver Hancock. His handwriting changed the chair once (into a drawing), Pepe Heykoop interpretation changed it again; into bricks. A little evolution. The project is about interpretation and imagination.
This project originates in the architecture plan of the Transparent Japanese House, first presented in 2002. The idea has been developed into a transparent teahouse, an architecture project incorporating a symbolic Japanese cultural image.
Artist, designer, merchant, entrepreneur with a highly developed sense of quality, craftsmanship and a global outlook of the things that will live past our time.
The design, engineering and manufacture of the Torch celebrates the best of British talent, with designers Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby working in partnership with Basildon based product engineers Tecosim and Coventry based manufacturers The Premier Group.
BMW has unveiled its new concept car, the 328 Hommage for its 75th anniversary. BMW says that the Hommage "offers a possible interpretation of how the designers of the 1930's might have built the 328 in the present day using current technology".
Designed by Harry & Camila, Babylon represents Dedon’s first collection of garden vases. The selection features irregular surfaces and asymmetrical forms created by computer. Produced in a special type of ceramic, the vases are elegantly slanted and available in three different sizes.
Paris based artist/furniture designer, Pierre Charpin has, for the second time, chosen Grand-Hornu in Belgium as the destination for his latest solo exhibition. The 19th century neoclassic coal mining complex has been partially transformed into a contemporary art museum and forms the ideal ...
The New Amsterdam Chair by UNStudio is created through a continuous single line which expands into an uninterrupted surface, forming a shell-like cast for the human body. This stackable chair was initially intended to be placed in the New Amsterdam Plein and Pavilion in New York, however...
The inner city bike was designed by JRUITER + studio as a project asking questions about ultra short inner city travel. What is needed, who is riding, and how far are they going. At first glance it was a fun aesthetic opportunity in new trends, color, and materials.