For the Danish publisher Fritz Hansen, the Japanese studio Nendo has imagined a collection of modular, durable and solid chairs made from recycled materials. It has just received the European ecological label, EUECOLABEL, awarded by the European Commission, for their eco-design and their recycled materials. Overview.
Les Éditions Parenthèses publishes for the first time a work devoted to the design of the 1950s and 1960s, and looks back on the most iconic creations of the consumerist post-war period. Panorama of the best of the fifties style.
Namuun Zimmermann and Martijn Rigters practice conceptual design through research carried out in two stages. There is, on the one hand, their work on the concept and, on the other hand, their experimental approach to object design. Between Vienna and London, the founders of Studio Sain are shaking up design codes. A creative daring deployed throughout their various projects.
Studio BISKT was born in 2018 from the meeting between the French ceramicist Charlotte (born in 1989) and the Belgian industrial designer Martin (born in 1990). At the crossroads of art and design, the studio reinterprets traditional ceramics and imagines a hybrid manufacturing process between industrial production and craftsmanship.