Grcic’s deep dive into MAXXI’s archive uncovers ‘fantastical architecture’, but fails to make an imaginative offering of its own.
We scoured Milan for highlights, which included two very different shows by Cotto, an entertaining mobile kitchen by Konstantin Grcic and a bathroom with a stern modernist aesthetic by Norm Architects
A trend for archive pieces has emerged at Clerkenwell Design Week, as industry stalwarts such as Vitra, Cassina and SCP unearth and update former successes and passed-over prototypes
The 2013 judges picked Konstantin Grcic's Bench B as the winner of this category. Here are this year's nominees for the award
The Slovenian design biennial resisted the lure of celebrity, instead inviting designers from around the globe to team up and tackle real-word problems
The German designer tells Christopher Turner how his industrial background shaped his first architectural project – a pavilion at Design Miami/Basel made using parts from an Audi TT coupé
An exhibition of the objects that get famous designers’ creative juices flowing featured everything from ear muffs to pencil sharpeners
Konstantin Grcic's range of industrial-styled, piston controlled furniture shows that glass designs don't have to be delicate
Bench B is a modern twist on a classic archetype. Its designer, Konstantin Grcic, spoke to Icon about his inspiration and upcoming shows
We’re delighted to announce the winners of the Icon Awards 2013. You can read profiles of the 60 international nominees and interviews with all the winners in this month’s magazine – out now!
Konstantin Grcic has created a contemporary modular chair system that echoes wrought-iron Roman seating and Mies van der Rohe’s Barcelona Chair.
Konstantin Grcic’s wooden chair has an angular and awkward charm that springs from the responsiveness and hands-on approach of Italian furniture manufacturer Mattiazzi and the designer’s desire to rediscover his cabinet-making roots.
Konstantin Grcic’s collection of tables for Galerie Kreo is influenced by the design and graphics of racing cars.
The Munich-based designer had both new and old pieces on display this year. He talks about how he’s enjoying making furniture again.
Tick tock, tick tock, tick tock. The incessant ticking of the wall clock fills the Paris apartment every time the conversation goes quiet, as if it’s reminding Inga Sempé that time is running out.
Konstantin Grcic’s radical take on the office chair shatters the ergonomists’ monopoly on workplace design and turns a bumrest into a tool.