The Slovenian Lighting Guerrilla and Serbian Belgrade of Light festivals announce an open invitation for proposals for their upcoming exhibition Recycling-Lights.
Entrants are invited to submit a lighting design inspired by the connection between recycling and light. The proposed products should be finished and functional (lighting) objects.
Stadhuisplein 3, Eindhoven, NL
Following its success at the Institut Néerlandais in Paris, the Designhuis Eindhoven will present ‘Archeology of the Future: 20 Years of Trend Forecasting with Li Edelkoort’.
Swiss designer Alfredo Häberli talks with Sabine Trieloff on the occasion of Häberli's exhibition at the Museum of Design in Zurich, Switzerland.
As one of today’s most innovative and successful designers, Häberli offers a glimpse into his process and inspirations and how it all came to be.
The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago
220 East Chicago Avenue, Chicago, IL
The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago presents an exhibition celebrating the results of more than five decades of Buckminster Fuller’s (1895-1983) life’s work.
Jonathan Glancey reflects on the history of Architecture and recessions in his article published March 6th, 2009 for the Guardian.
While pondering the change in ringing mantras from ‘form follows function’ to our current state of ‘form follows finance’, Glancey discusses the potential impacts of the present slump.
For his first solo show in the States, Jean Marc Gady will be presenting 'French Cancan' at Gallery R'Pure in New York
With a saucy subtext and a Gallic touch, 'French Cancan' is a light installation that plays on movement, accumulation and the side-tracking of basics.
German designer Florian Kallus creates objects which explore the powers of materiality and form.
Wahid is a series of cubes which juxtapose concrete and wood, combining feelings of warmth with the charm of industry. With their harmonious geometry, these beautifully crafted discrete designs are an ideal object for all situations.
Indianapolis Museum of Art
4000 Michigan Road, Indianapolis, Indiana
As a precursor to their upcoming exhibition ‘European Design since 1985’, The Indianapolis Museum of Art will host a two day international design symposium entitled ‘Shaping the New Century’.