L’artisan Electronique by Unfold + Tim Knapen In L’Artisan Electronique, pottery, one of the oldest artisanal techniques for making utilitarian objects, is combined with new digital techniques. The virtual pottery wheel was realsied by means of a 3D-scanner and digital design software. However, the installation still clearly refers to the artisanal process of working in clay. The printing process imitates the traditional technique used by ceramicists, in which the form is built up by stacking coils of clay.
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Vivid Sydney, 2014 delivered a significantly expanded program featuring a diverse range of cutting edge music, an incredible line-up of contemporary performances and talent from a multitude of genres creating the biggest Vivid Music program seen to date.
During Vivid Sydney, music fans were again spoilt for choice with an expanded Vivid Music line-up – featuring more than 80 shows and more styles of music, in even more venues around the city.
Studio Formafantasma, from Holland, created one of the most fascinating shows at the Salone 2014, titled “De Natura Fossilium”.
The designers scoured the volcanic landscape over a period of a few months, filled their sacks with various rocks, and hauled the material back to their studio in the Netherlands, before melting the rock in a local metal workshop
Caesarstone presented Islands, with an interactive installation focusing on food and dining within the domestic environment at the 18th century Palazzo Clerici, in Milan’s Brera District.
They teamed up with London-based design studio Raw Edges Design Studio, UK, – to create a collection of seven living islands that offer both a new take on the materials and an innovative interpretation of the domestic space.