Photo: Cabanon reconstruction: Andrea Ferrari

Le Corbusier's Cabanon 1952/2006 – The Interior 1:1

5th March - 28th April '09

RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects)
66 Portland Place, London

The Royal Institute of British Architects and Cassina present Le Corbusier’s Cabanon 1952/2006. The Interior 1:1.

The exhibition features a 1:1 reconstruction of the actual interior of the Cabanon that Le Corbusier planned and built in 1952 for his holidays at Cap-Martin.

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Table Lamp/Lamp by Thomas Kral - Aram Gallery  Photo Credit:Shira Klasmer

Prototypes & Experiments

12th February - 11th April '09

Aram Gallery
110 Drury Lane, London

The Aram Gallery is continuing its selling exhibition featuring prototypes and experimental designs sourced directly from designers’ studios.

As critical elements in the development process of any new design, both prototypes and experiments hold a rare charm and closeness to the designer’s imagination.

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Kiosco m.poli, v1 by Brut Deluxe Arquitectos, photo: miguel de guzman

Talk: Brut Deluxe Architects + Alberto Mozo Studio

17th February '09, 6:30pm

RIBA
66 Portland Place, London

The tenth Architectural Review Awards for Emerging Architecture recognises excellence in realised work by architects under 45. As part of the celebration of the Awards RIBA is hosting a series of talks by eight of the winning and commended architects.

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Skase Tea Cup Set by Steve Watson

Skase Tea Cup Set

Designer
Steve Watson

The Skase teacup set is based on the idea of symbiosis. A close, prolonged association between two or more different organisms of different species that may, but does not necessarily, benefit each member.


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Co-existence 215 Euston Road window display Credit: Wellcome Library, London

Supper Club with Julia Lohmann

29th April, 7:00pm

Wellcome Trust
183 Euston Road, London

Wellcome Collection hosts seasonal suppers, created by the award-winning Peyton and
Byrne café, and scintillating discussion with speakers from the worlds of art, design and
science.

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aa Stool by Steve Watson

aa Stool

Designer
Steve Watson

Inspired by the work of Alvar Aalto, this stool makes use of two raw materials of the Modernist era, concrete and plywood, evolved into the current day equivalents.

An autoclaved aerated Concrete block with laminated crossgrain birch plywood, Rawl bolt fixings. Finished in clear satin polyurethane with felt base.


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Joris Laarman, Bone Arm Chair, courtesy: Studio Laarman, Photo: Jacob Krupnick

Super Stories: Triennial for Contemporary Art, Fashion & Design

7th February - 10th May '09

City of Hasselt, Belgium

The city of Hasselt will play host to five fascinating exhibitions, with more than 100 works by Belgian and international artists and designers.

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Mingle bench1

Mingle Bench by AlvinT

Its called Mingle, its a bench for 3 people, and the idea is that in Indonesia we need furniture that communicate what Modern Contemporary design is, This is expressed by using local identity wrapped in an International visual language. And this furniture has a meaning to provoke dialog between its users

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Mingle Bench by Alvin T

Mingle Bench

by Alvin T

Indonesian designer Alvin T has devised a simple yet thought provoking bench, designed as a means to introduce contemporary design to the Indonesian market.

By combining local identity with an international visual language, Mingle is an elegant 3 seater bench which acknowledges both the past and future of Indonesian design.

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aa stool

aa Stool

Inspired by the work of Alvar Aalto, this stool makes use of two raw materials of the Modernist era, concrete and plywood, evolved into the current day equivalents. An autoclaved aerated Concrete block with laminated crossgrain birch plywood, Rawl bolt fixings. Finished in clear satin polyurethane with felt base. Shortlisted - Designboom premio vico magistretti Competition 2007

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Rag Chair by Tejo Remy – Droog Design 1991

Does Dutch Humour Fly in Asia? An International Perspective on Droog Design

By Gabrielle Kennedy for Design.nl

As part of Object Rotterdam, the International fair for autonomous design, Premsela and Object Rotterdam, in cooporation with Droog, presented a debate discussing a wide spectrum of topics from the crashing economy, the power of conceptual design to the controversial world of limited editions.

Gabrielle Kennedy reports on the outcome.

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Co–Existence by Julia Lohmann, 215 Euston Road window display Credit: Wellcome Library, London

Co-Existence

9th February '09

Wellcome Trust
Gibbs Building, 215 Euston Road, London

A new commission for the Wellcome Trust’s window display by German-born product designer Julia Lohmann will provide bold viewing for passers-by on London’s Euston Road.

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Humberto and Fernando Campana – Interviewd by VernissageTV

Interview with Humberto and Fernando Campana 1/2

During Design Miami 2008 VernissageTV spoke with Humberto and Fernando Campana.

Part 1 of 2 of this interview offers a look into the Brazilian duo’s philosophy, influences and key factors inherent to their design practice.

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Humberto and Fernando Campana – Interviewd by VernissageTV

Interview with Humberto and Fernando Campana 2/2

During this year’s Design Miami/ VernissageTV spoke with Humberto and Fernando Campana.

Part 2 of 2 offers a look into their backgrounds, why they admire Oscar Niemeyer, and what it is that they would truly love to design.

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Chest by Roy McMakin – Established & Sons Limited

Another Kountry

4th February - 31st March '09

Established & Sons LIMITED
2-3 Duke Street, St. James’s, London

Established & Sons LIMITED presents Another Kountry, an installation of important limited edition works by Seattle-based artist, designer, and furniture maker, Roy McMakin.

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