Now that we have finally come to the end of editing all of our videos taken during this year’s Milan Design Week, we thought we would pull out some highlights for you – in case you missed them the first time round.
We were fortunate to snag a few minutes with iconic British designer Tom Dixon at our TV studio in Milan.
Calling all '09 design graduates!
mydeco and Tent London are looking for the hottest design grads of 2009 to win the opportunity of a lifetime; a chance to exhibit at Tent London's renowned 'Talent Zone' during this year’s London Design Week.
To enter, all you have to do is upload at least one high quality photo of your final project.
This month’s featured item in DeTnk’s Collecting Design Marketplace is a pair of 1960s Bedside cabinets.
Designed and manufactured in the UK the Momo cabinets comprise two Mahogany units, each characterised by a yellow lacquered drawer and three ebonised legs.
If you have always dreamed of having your designs published, here is your chance.
Rockport Publishers have put out a call for entries looking for the biggest ideas and freshest forms, in furniture, products, medical devices, and transportation.
Danish Design Centre
HC Andersens Boulevard 27, Copenhagen
For this year’s Copenhagen Design Festival the Danish Design Centre presents ‘Itʼs a Small World’, an exhibition exploring the new craftmanship in Danish design, craft and architecture.
Edward Cella Art + Architecture (ECAA)
6018 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles
The ECAA presents its debut architectural exhibition ‘ Drawings and Objects by Architects’ featuring unique and original drawings by several of the 20th Century's most iconic architects including Frank Gehry, Richard Neutra, Lebbeus Woods, and Frank Lloyd Wright.
Direct Energy Centre, Toronto
For this year’s IIDEX conference, NewYork based designer Stephen Burks will give the keynote address discussing the notion of design as an agent of social change.
MA InSpace, Konstfack
The manipulation of space, form, color, texture and issues about material and gravity are common to architecture and furniture. For my degree project, I examine the three-dimensional territories of architecture and furniture. I investigate how the notion of architecture can influence furniture design, or the other way around.
Recent product design graduate Matylda Krzykowski has devised a series of wooden chairs reinterpreted through a distinct pattern of methods.
Led by an obsession for clean-cut form, Matylda has created a number of archetypal chairs that are far more than meets the eye.
For anyone itching for a great design read, we highly suggest picking up a copy of David Pye’s ‘The Nature and Aesthetics of Design’.
Although written over 30 years ago the book is as relevant today as it was then. It presents a wisdom and understanding of design that deeply resonates with our current situation.