ADI-FAD, FAD’s Association of Industrial Design, has curated a series of activities structured around the experimental, the multidisciplinary, collaborations between industry and craft, all that is open, shared and unknown, focusing in the field of product design. Discover some projects in this special.
The constituent marble slabs of designer Tomás Alonso’s Lines and Waves series lock heavily into place. They’re corrugated, with peaks and troughs that slip inside one another to help the pieces grip together, the weight of the top stone bearing down and sealing the connection.
This series of wooden cabinets by designer Peter Marigold are stained at the joints to look as if they’re bleeding. Peter Marigold has created a collection of simple cabinets made from cedar tongue-and groove-cladding that feature a form of localised ebonising, or blackening of wood.
The Dashilar Flagship store is a fictive, temporary shoeshop in the Hutong Dashilar in Beijing. It uses cheap, counterfeit shoes as raw material to create a brand with a new local identity and pride. The Cutting and re-editing of the shoes is being done in the shop by designers and the assembling is executed by […]
Inaugurando la serie Studio Visit, desde Barcelona, Maio se enfrenta a la crisis con un modelo de estudio alternativo: Abriendo un espacio expositivo y de trabajo colaborativo, investigando por separado y desarrollando proyectos no sólo basados en la construcción.
Just over a decade ago came a great innovation in a staple design material. The kind you’ll come into contact with during your first year at design school. And that is an air-cured, hand-formed rubber also known as Sugru – which is the Gaellic name for “play.”
The designers of breadedEscalope started bending wood by steam at the Vienna MAK Museum about one year ago. From then on their definitely homemade machine is evolving and aims at travelling the world bringing around a reinterpretation of a by now tried and tested technique.
Thome has created ‘light array’ as a site specific installation for the aram gallery. The installation adopts the existing grid inherent in the architecture; a plastic window has been combined with florescent tubed strip lighting and color to create a hybrid canvas.
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