As a direct result of his on-going investigation into process, form and craft, Simon Hasan has produced an accomplished array of products, including 'Vase Family', 'Bambi & Twist Stools', and Naked Radio for his graduate collection at the Royal College of Art.
Interactive chairs that assimilate the colour of the wearer's clothing and glow that same colour.
Limited edition of 15 pieces.
Previous Exhibitions include: Grandmateria, London. September 14-October 15 2007; Design Miami, Miami. December 7-9 2007.
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The Royal Danish Embassy
55 Sloane Street, London, SW1X 9SR
Arne Jacobsen (1902-1971), the architect behind the Danish Embassy in London, was one of the leading Scandinavian architects of his time and one of the first to introduce functionalism and later on international style in Denmark.
Officine Grandi Riparazioni
via Paolo Borsellino 17/A, Torino Italy
Leading international designers - Ross Lovegrove Patricia Urquiola, Clemens Weisshar and Matali Crasset - will gather to analyse and discuss some of the works developed by the designers for the exhibition "Flexibility: Design in a fast-changing Society".
Ex-Carceri, “Le Nuove”
Via Paolo Borsellino 1, Torino Italy
In 2050 over 90% of the world's population will live in cities. These systems of close-knit connections between material objects and immaterial factors produced by man are often directly responsible for reducing, and sometimes even paralysing, the manoeuverability of individuals.
121-123 Deptford High Street
London SE8 4NS
A1960s commuter train carriage has been converted into one of London’s most unique cafés by designer Morag Myerscough.
The Deptford Project café is located in the old railway yard of Deptford station – London’s first suburban railway station, built in 1836.
Royal Geographical Society's Ondaatje Theatre,
1 Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AR
Renowned London debating forum Intelligence2 and the RIBA Trust invite you to cast your vote as speakers dispute the state of modern architecture and question the motion that Prince Charles was right - modern architecture is still all glass stumps and carbuncles.
Walle 113, 8500 Kortrijk, Belgium
Gallery 113 presents the behind the scenes of Moroso, one of the world’s most innovative design producers.
A nod to the form of an old weathered sawhorse. The saw table-light references the furniture making of our ancestors and creates a ritual of turning on and off a light.
The scarred white oak surface houses several slots that provide varying degress of brightness to the interlocking nickel-plated lamp.
Designed for HutJ