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Posts tagged 'Design Miami/Basel'

Fredrikson Stallard’s Prologue: ‘It’s bling, but that draws people in’

At Design Shanghai this month, Fredrikson Stallard will unveil a new version of the Prologue installation for Swarovski. Its previous incarnation at Design Miami/Basel last

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The Icon Awards trophy

[iframe src=”//player.vimeo.com/video/108778763?title=0&byline=0&portrait=0&color=e8e314″ width=”630″ height=”400″ frameborder=”0″ webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen allowfullscreen ] The trophy that the Icon Awards winners will recieve this week were designed and made by

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Anton Alvarez

The designer is using his thread-wrapping process on ever larger projects, as well as one work on a smaller scale: this year’s Icon award The

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Fredrikson Stallard’s Prologue: ‘It’s bling, but that’s what draws people in’

The London-based design duo has worked with Swarovski to create a glittering artificial sun using 8,000 topaz crystal droplets, on display at Design Miami/Basel At

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Konstantin Grcic: ‘Architecture’s archaic in how it’s made’

The German designer talks about how his industrial background shaped his first architectural project – a pavilion at Design Miami/Basel made using parts from an

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Designers of the future

The W Hotels Designers of the Future award hails its recipients – this year, Bethan Laura Wood, Seung-Yong Song, and Jon Stam – as the

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Craftica by FormaFantasma

“People are very sensitive when it come to leather,” explains Simone Farresin of design duo Studio FormaFantasma: “They know where it comes from but they

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Branches by Simon Heijdens

Branches is a new addition to London-based designer Simon Heijdens’ digital plant series, shown by Gallery Libby Sellers at Design Miami/Basel in June. Whereas Heijdens’

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Branches by Simon Heijdens

Branches is a new addition to London-based designer Simon Heijdens’ digital plant series, shown by Gallery Libby Sellers at Design Miami/Basel in June. Whereas Heijdens’

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Basel: Port Light by Alexander Taylor

Port light is British designer Alexander Taylor’s first project for London’s David Gill Galleries, shown at Design Miami/Basel in June. “I started by just modelling

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Design London makes LDF debut this September

Learning centre opens at King’s Cross nature reserve

Rock-like Chapel of Sound designed in Chinese valley

Printmaking Workshop designed for TU Dublin

LEGO launches wooden homeware collection

Virgil Abloh: ‘I’m here to be an inspiration’

ICON 206: Winter 2021

Set designer Lydia Chan creates maximalist London installation

Mecanoo transforms Mies van der Rohe’s MLK Library

London basketball court co-designed with local residents


Architects

RIBA goes digital-only with new wave of architect lectures

Architect David Chipperfield is known for his minimal designs

Tatiana Bilbao is one of Mexico’s most creative designers

The high-tech, inside-out design of Richard Rogers

Robert Venturi: a postmodernist pioneer

A look at the life of designer-inventor Richard Buckminster Fuller

Norman Foster is one of the early pioneers of high tech architecture

Bangladeshi architect Marina Tabassum is sensitive to tradition and culture

America’s architect: Frank Lloyd Wright


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Design London makes LDF debut this September

Learning centre opens at King’s Cross nature reserve

Rock-like Chapel of Sound designed in Chinese valley

Printmaking Workshop designed for TU Dublin

LEGO launches wooden homeware collection

Virgil Abloh: ‘I’m here to be an inspiration’

ICON 206: Winter 2021

Set designer Lydia Chan creates maximalist London installation

Mecanoo transforms Mies van der Rohe’s MLK Library

London basketball court co-designed with local residents


Videos

ICON Minds: the future of the home

ICON Minds: the future of work

Sustainable design: Pentatonic x Snarkitecture talk recycled materials

Salone del Mobile: Tomas Alonso and Studio Brynjar & Veronika for Swarovski

New Nordic design

UK Construction Week

Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec

Nendo’s Oki Sato

Keiichi Matsuda: Augmented Hyper-Reality