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.
In her latest article for Design.nl Gabrielle Kennedy highlights the creative talents of recent graduate Pascal Smelik.
This fresh new designer has burst onto the scene with a fascinating spin on materiality and aesthetics, making him the most recent in a string of young dutch designers to keep your eye out for.
A Vitra Design Museum
Charles-Eames-Str. 1, Weil am Rhein
The Vitra Design Museum presents a spectacular retrospective of the 20 year collaboration between Fernando & Humberto Campana.
Furthering Jennifer Anderson’s exploration into materiality and its effects on the perceived purpose of an object, Mud series reinterprets the nature of three iconic chairs.
A Thonet Café Chair, a Wegner Wishbone Chair and an Eames LCW are each replicated in a combination of steel and mud.
The chair is part of a furniture series designed by Jamie McLellan. Sophisticated and refined, the dark metal chair legs hold the wooden seat and back with only a few connection points per leg. Their profile blends into that of the back/arm rests while the material contrast of the dark metal and light wood offers a clear distinction between the framework and the supportive surfaces which which
5905 Wilshire Blvd. LA, California
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art presents "From the Spoon to the City": Objects by Architects, an exhibition highlighting a series of objects designed by architects in the twentieth-century.
The Aram Gallery
110 Drury Lane, London
The Aram Gallery presents a refreshed installation of Prototypes and Experiments - the third cycle in the Gallery’s long-term and ever-changing exhibition which features a selection of prototypes and experimental designs sourced directly from designers’ studios.
Antenna Gallery, Science Museum,
Exhibition Road, London
For the official launch of Digital Forming®, the Science Museum presents ‘Create and Make’, a three day event showcasing the latest in 3D printing software and manufacturing technologies.
Trained as an architect, Deger Cengiz, explores the boundary between experimental design and conceptual art. One of his most fascinating pieces, 'Selfish & Devoted" physically connects a galvanized steel watering can and a pot and examines their direct relationship.