1. Alle Posts mit dem Tag "design"

  2. Alvar Aalto Beehive Pendant Lamp is a Scandinavian Design Classic. Aalto (1898-1976) was one of the greatest names in modern architecture and Scandinavian design and a pivotal figure in the international modernist movement. From light fixtures and furniture to modern architecture, his design was minimal yet sophisticated while offering a timeless quality. The brilliant Beehive pendant lamp is a flawless modernist design icon.

    An elegant classic that would be an excellent addition for any design-lover’s home, this ceiling lamp is coming up at auction at Bukowskis Helsinki

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  3. 8 picks from MoMA Design Store’s spring collection. Because all those weddings/birthdays/baby showers that are blossoming on your calendar are closer than you think. 

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  4. The simple and stackable Stool 60 celebrated its 80th anniversary in production in 2013, a true testament to its straightforward yet pleasing design.

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  5. Hidden Treasures

    Those of you looking for a statement piece for your home, look no further. We uncovered a few Auction houses with hidden treasures that hit a variety of price points. 

    The truth is, there are many affordable pieces sold in auction houses across the country. Professional interior designers scout furnishings at auction all the time. If you know where to look, quality furnishings may actually be within your reach.

    A Georgian Style Double Pedestal Table, sold for US$244 at Leslie Hindman Auctioneers

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  6. Herzog & de Meuron

    The Swiss architects behind London’s Tate Modern have beaten rivals Renzo Piano and Toyo Ito to design the US$642 million M+ Museum in Hong Kong. 

    Scheduled to be finished in 2017, the 645,835 square-foot museum will be the flagship of Hong Kong’s cultural district and house an extensive Modern and Contemporary Asian art collection. It’s been revealed that part of the museum will function as a screen with an LED lighting system that will display works of art at night! 

    Browse more inspiring architectural properties

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  7. Masterpiece London

    The art world descends on the UK capital this week for Masterpiece London's fabulous show of Fine Art, antiques, and Design. With 150 exhibitors representing more than 11 countries, the fair provides a truly enjoyable and educational cultural experience.

    Also, Le Caprice and Scott’s Seafood & Champagne Bar are catering the fair, in case you fancy a glass of champagne or some lunch! 

    Here’s our guide to Masterpiece London

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  8. Wassily Chair

    Marcel Breuer (1902–1981) is best known as one of the early 20th century’s most influential furniture designers, and is considered to be one of the masters of Modernism.

    Breuer’s designs are light and easy to move. Pictured is his Early Wassily Chair, a Design redo of the club chair of the past, edited to liberate space and the sitter. 

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  9. Jean Prouvé

    Today, we’re remembering French artist Jean Prouvé, who was born on this day in 1901. An architect and designer, his work had a widespread influence on furniture design techniques.

    During WWII, Prouvé was active with the French Resistance, earning him a position as the Mayor of Nancy after the war. His building and furniture business was also contracted to manufacture frame houses for refugees.

    Prouvé’s work was instrumental in the development of nomadic architecture. His belief was that everything, from a house to a chair, should be portable. 

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  10. It’s Frieze Week

    We were out and about yesterday previewing London’s PAD, one of the leading fairs for 20th-century art, Design, and Decorative Art, in the heart of vibrant Mayfair. 

    While we were out, we also stopped by Blain Southern and The Hospital Club. 

    Flip through our album and take a look at what’s happening during Frieze Week. 

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  11. Galleries at Expo Chicago

    We’re very excited to be partnering with EXPO CHICAGO, the inaugural international exposition of Contemporary and Modern Art and Design!

    Set to occur on Chicago’s historic Navy Pier, EXPO CHICAGO will open the fall art season, featuring international galleries and offering a curated blend of Contemporary and Modern Art and Design.

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  12. Designers In Residence

    Celebrating new and emerging design talent, the Design Museum’s annual Designers in Residence program supports the next generation at an early stage in their career. Selected via an open-call, this year’s residents are Freyja Sewell, Harry Trimble and Oscar Medley-Whitfield, Lawrence Lek, and Yuri Suzuki.

    The finalists were asked to explore the idea of economy and resourcefulness in an object, an environment, or an experience. The results will be displayed in the Design Museum starting September 5, 2012! 

    Browse some more amazing Design talent. 

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  13. Discovering New York

    To celebrate New York’s architecture and design, the 10th Annual openhousenewyork Weekend, which runs from October 6 to 7, 2012, will unlock the city, providing New Yorkers and tourists with free access to hundreds of sites, talks, tours, and performances throughout the five boroughs.

    From historic landmarks to sustainable skyscrapers, get rare access into the extraordinary architecture that defines New York City. 

    Browse more Architecture and Design

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  14. MoMA’s Century of the Child 

    The Museum of Modern Art’s ambitious survey of 20th-century design for children, Century of the Child: Growing by Design, 1900-2000, is the first large-scale overview of the Modernist preoccupation with children and childhood as a paradigm for progressive design thinking. 

    This kid-friendly exhibition, which opens July 29, doesn’t dwell on Victorian sentimentality, but heads right into 20th-century pragmatism without sacrificing a sense of wonder.

    Discover more fantastic Design

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  15. RIBA Stirling Prize Shortlist

    The Guardian reports that the Olympic Stadium, an art gallery, a cancer center, a laboratory, a bank tower, and a theatre are in the running for the RIBA Sterling Prize, Britain’s foremost architectural award. 

    The Shortlist: 

    1. 2012 Olympic Stadium, London Populous

    2. Maggie’s centre, Gartnavel, Glasgow OMA

    3. New Court, Rothschild Bank, London OMA 

    4. The Sainsbury Laboratory, Cambridge, Stanton Williams

    5. Lyric Theatre, Belfast, O’Donnell + Tuomey

    6. The Hepworth, Wakefield, David Chipperfield Architects

    Browse more beautiful Architectural Properties

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  16. Designed to Win

    If you’re in London, don’t miss the Design Museum's new exhibition, Designed to Win, which celebrates the ways in which design and sport are combined, pushing the limits of human endeavor to achieve records and victories.

    From the design of F1 cars to running shoes and racing bikes, the quest for enhanced performance and function is endless.

    Coinciding with London’s biggest year of sport, Designed to Win, which takes place from July 26 to November 18, 2012, explores the various ways in which design has shaped the sporting world. 

    Be inspired by this dazzling range of Design.

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