The Dining Agenda is a book of place mats for note-taking during meals, for all those “foodies” who like to treat every meal as a project.
Inside the Agenda, are 14 individual place-mats, one for each day and each one with a special note-taking section at the bottom. When the meal is done, you can tear the bottom of the place-mat off and take your notes on the meal with you.
London-based designer Tomoko Azumi joined us in our TV Studio during this year’s Milan Design Week.
With a design sense driven by context and history, Azumi discusses her latest work, her feelings on authorship, and her love for fabrication methods and materials.
Kenny Schachter Rove
Lincoln House 33-34 Hoxton Square, London
The Rove Gallery presents an exhibition curated by journalist and author, Helen Chislett. Called Midsummer Dream, the show promises to be an antidote to economic gloom by bringing a sense of magic to a rather neglected space.
35 Marylebone Road, London
For those of you who didn’t get a chance to see Le Corbusier the Art of Architecture at the Barbican, there’s still a chance for you to catch a glimpse of some of the renowned architects spectacular furniture designs.
Recent Central Saint Martins MA Design graduate, Apirak Leenharattanarak designed a series of furniture pieces exploring patterns of use and storage.
As a reaction to how technology is constantly impacting our use of personal space, bringing its own detritus to our increasingly confined urban environments, Apirak created furniture with a personalised and distinctive language.
In an interview published February 17th 2009 Steven Heller talks with Allan Chochinov, editor-in-chief of Core77, about the ethics and efficacy of design.
31 Rue Dauphine, Paris, France
Galerie Kreo presents ‘Combination’ an exhibition exploring the nature of the relationship between materials and objects.
Featured in the exhibition, among other works, are ‘Vase, Painting with Giotto’ by Fernando Brizio, ‘Artificial Vases’ by Hella Jongerius, and ‘Liseuse, Wood Work’ by Collection Monica Danet.
Business Design Centre
52 Upper Street, London
For 24 years, New Designers has been bringing together the very best in UK graduate design, showcasing the work, energy and talent of the next generation of designers.
Part 2 of this year’s event features the work of recent graduates from Product Design, Furniture design, Visual Communication, and Spatial Design.
London-based design consultant Jacob Peres joined us in our TV Studio during this year’s Milan Design Week.
In conversation with Max Fraser, Peres talks about his latest project with ZonaTortona, the importance of narratives and this new shift in the relationship between design and science.
We were pleased to welcome Etienne Cochet to our TV Studio during this year’ s Milan Design week.