To coincide with the publication of 'The Story of Eames Furniture', Gestalten have released an interview with two of the authors Marilyn Neuhart, and her husband John.
Shot on location at their Los Angeles home, the Neuharts recollect experiences of their time with Charles and Ray Eames; both worked at the studio for around 50 years in varying capacities and are now in charge of the archive as well as the Eames' former house.
Rough Luxe Hotel with architect and designer Rabih Hage. Flawlessly balanced between the artistic and the functional, the hotel intricately merges contemporary and antique furnishings. This unique layering between the modern and the traditional features from the original building create a truly opulent and bespoke atmosphere for any guest.
Relatively new to the design scene, Mathieu Lehanneur, first turning heads in 2008, finds most of his inspiration for design in nature. However, recently he has found himself interested in biomimicry, or the interaction of synthetic and natural materials.
In this video recently posted on Architecture Biennale, Kazuyo Sejima, Japanese architect and director of the 12h International Architecture Exhibition, discusses and demonstrates the far-reaching effect architecture has on contemporary culture. She also discusses her hopes for this years Architecture Biennale in Venice and more specifically describes certain designs and their effect on the v
In this video recently posted on TedTalks, Tan Le, the head of Emotiv Systems, discusses and demonstrates the far-reaching applications of her astonishing new design for a headset that has a computer interface which reads its user’s brainwaves.
Joshua Prince-Ramus feels that architects can re-engineer their design process, and challenge the boundaries of design in a magnificent way as a result. Speaking at TEDxSMU, Dallas, he talks through his re-creation of the local Wyly Theater as a giant "theatrical machine" that reconfigures itself at the touch of a button.
Following on an earlier post about Joris Laarman’s first US solo show, here is an exclusive video from the FastCompany that will give you an inside look into the making of his ‘Bone Chair’.
The young Dutch Designer recently unveiled his most recent collection of work at the Friedman Benda Gallery in New York City.
We were lucky enough to snag a few minutes in our TV studio at Tent London with Bahar Tafti from 'KeepCup'.
In her conversation with Leonora Oppenheim, Tafti discusses the concept and innovation behind the KeepCup, and the difficulties faced in combining the needs of coffee consumers with the needs of the environment.
We were lucky enough to snag a few minutes in our TV studio at Tent London with internationally acclaimed designer Jair Straschnow.
We were lucky enough to snag a few minutes in our TV studio at Tent London with internationally acclaimed designer Philippe Malouin.