Whether in the form of delivery drones, smart sensors, or Industry 4.0 — in recent years, robotics has found its way into our everyday lives, changing them in fundamental ways. Design has a central role to play in this process, for it is designers who shape the interfaces between humans and machines.
Volume Gallery is pleased to announce ArandaLasch with Terrol Dew Johnson COIL & CLOUD, opening February 25th from 5-8 pm at 1709 W Chicago Ave, Chicago IL 60622.
Galerie kreo is glad to present "monobloc", a new group exhibition showcasing a selection of pieces by the emblematic designers of the gallery. "monobloc: made of one piece” is the common thread of this exhibition which presents seats and vases as well as contemporary and vintage lights.
A factory in Dongguan, China recently replaced 90% of its workforce with robots and found that the transition increased production 250% and defects dropped 80%. Automata are the future workers. Where have these machines come from and what might it mean for humankind?
For its first solo show at the new London space, Carpenters Workshop Gallery is pleased to announce the exhibition ‘Run & Hide’, by Dutch designer Maarten Baas.
Better Shelter is a social enterprise driven by a mission to improve the lives of persons displaced by armed conflicts and natural disasters. Aiming to be the leader in emergency and temporary shelter innovation, they continuously develop their products together with partners, customers and, most importantly, the people who live in the shelters.
Since the beginning of the 19th century, the glass dynasty Lobmeyr has proved to be one of the most innovative and renowned in the Austrian industry. Rather than limiting himself to the role of glass merchant, its founder Josef Lobmeyr, exclusive supplier to the Imperial court, invested and developed new designs and manufacturing techniques.
The Swiss artist Jean Tinguely (1925–1991) played a key role in the rise of kinetic art in the fifties.
Following their exhibition »Album« in 2012, internationally renowned designers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec return to the Vitra Campus in October 2016. The exhibition »Rêveries Urbaines« at the Zaha Hadid Fire Station presents concepts for urban development, and is a wide-ranging study of possible development solutions for cities that may be imagined in very different urban settings.
To start the year, Carpenters Workshop Gallery continues its ten-year anniversary programme, dedicating its Parisian space to an exclusive exhibition by renowned design duo - Studio Job.
This winter, the Serpentine presents an exhibition of paintings and drawings by renowned architect Zaha Hadid (1950-2016). Zaha Hadid is regarded as a pioneering and visionary architect whose contribution to the world of architecture was ground-breaking and innovative.
Socrates Sculpture Park and The Architectural League of New York are pleased to announce this year’s winning proposal for Folly, an annual juried competition for architects and designers. The 2016 winner is the New York City-based firm Hou de Sousa, with their inventive proposal Sticks.
The « Chaînes » collection by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec represents a continuation of the formal vocabulary which the brothers have been developing for many years. Module, assembly, and the relationship with the surrounding space – central aspects of their research – characterize this new work.