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.
Swarovski Designers of the Future @ Salone Milan 2018May 10, 2018Art
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SALONE MILAN 2018
Tom Dixon’s 2017-18 Catalogue
Dedece Skyscraper Project
Tom Dixon’s interior design consultancy business ” Design Research Studio” displayed its talents with its first designs for a Parisian restaurant project, “Eclectic” – a new restaurant from Fabienne + Philippe Amzalak and Jean-Louis Costes – which officially opened during Maison Objet last week
Sydney creative Director Ash Bolland gives life to a modern Micrographia at this years Sydney Opera House Lighting the Sails – a key part of Vivid 2017
“ I always see the Opera House as shells. People call them sails but I don’t see sails at all. To me it looks like a very organic, repetitive structure. That’s what I love about nature, the repetition, by repeating the same thing something simple becomes really complex.” ……………………. Ash Bolland
On show at the Jil Sander showroom in the Brera district of Milan, the Invisible Outlines exhibition brings together 16 of the brand’s projects, all exploring what happens when boundaries are blurred or – conversely – enhanced.
The exhibition stretches across seven rooms, largely with an all-white colour scheme and a soundtrack of meditative music.