Centre Culturel Français
Curator Cédric Morisset, in collaboration with the Centre Culturel Français, will present the "Nouvelle vague (New wave), the new French domestic landscape" exhibition with A+A Cooren, Ionna Vautrin, Pierre Favresse, Studio Nocc and Pool from 12th to 17th April at the Milan Design Furniture Fair ‘off’.
Greenhouse, by artist Joost Bakker, is an ingenious eco-friendly cafe built using recycled materials. But that’s only the beginning, at Greenhouse water is collected on site, waste is recycled, herbs and vegetables are grown on the roof and even the generator runs on cooking oil.
This March, the Walker Art Centre celebrate 25 years of Insights, one of the Walker’s longest-running partnerships. The series brings leading designers and critics from down the street and around the world to the Twin Cities to share the thinking, methods, and processes behind their work.
Design Museum Holon announces its fourth exhibition POST FOSSIL: excavating 21st century creation, a dynamic new design exhibition curated by internationally renowned trend-forecaster Lidewij Edelkoort.
The exhibition was curated by Lidewij Edelkoort for 21_21 DESIGN SIGHT in Tokyo, Japan, in Spring 2010 and has been redesigned and expanded for Design Museum Holon in Israel.
Quiet, bright, large openings: the five pieces on display are perfectly domesticated. A dinner table, an occasional table, a console, a vase, a lamp: the names themselves reflect familiar typologies - a little family prevalent in tidy homes.
The 2011 design auction seasons kicks off next month with the 20th Century Decorative Art & Design sale at Christie's New York on March 11 '11. I believe this sale will reflect the collectIble design market's continuing exponential growth.
Located on a steep slope overlooking the most beautiful of Greenland’s fjords, the 3000 m2 National Gallery designed by BIG will serve as a cultural and architectural icon for the people of Greenland.
2011 is the year to define design. We have created an industry that is continually producing 'designed' products to sell at the various 'design' shops and markets that have popped up all over the world. But what makes these trinkets 'design'? What role does the designer have?
Whether or not you are planning on making it to Object Rotterdam this year, we will make sure that you know the essentials.
Object Rotterdam has always been more 'intimate' than other design fairs. This year, out of the twenty exhibitors, I have my eye on the following: