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Vela – Stackable Magnesium Chair @ Salone Milan 2019April 29, 2019Design News
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George Freedman is an American-born interior designer who has made great contributions to Australian interior design culture over the past 40+ years.
He is a lover of vivid, varied and inventive colours. However whilst he is often stereotyped as a gifted colorist, with skill in the formulation of distinctive palettes, he also demonstrates a selective ability to manipulate essential form.
Architect Tsuyoshi Tane of French design studio DGT, created a spectacular light and time installation for Citizen watches, at the Triennale Museum, that enveloped visitors in a soft gilded cloud.
“Sunlight is the terrestrial measurement of passing time”, explained Tsuyoshi Tane, “we took that as a starting point and developed the simple concept behind the Citizen installation.”
French actor, director, screenwriter and producer Jacques Tati’s masterful 1967 comedy “ Play Time” is a classic satire on modernist architecture, urbanisation and tourism, a perfectly orchestrated city symphony
Tati’s gloriously choreographed, nearly wordless comedies about confusion in an age of high technology, reached their apex with Play Time where characters, story, and dialogue are all but absent, creating a lasting record questioning whether the new is really all that better than the old it is replacing.
Engaging Workspace with Technology – A Planning Approach to Future-Proof Your Investment
New work styles demand a planning approach that jointly considers furnishings and technology. The all-encompassing use of technology in today’s office is driving more mobile, social, collaborative—and less predictable—patterns of work
Design Academy Eindhoven presented “Eat Shit” at the Salone del Mobile – the first exhibition of the new department Food Non Food, directed by Marije Vogelzang
‘Eat Shit’ is a definition of the human condition. You eat, you shit, you eat, you shit, and then you die.
Food is life. Input leads to output. So it makes sense to also examine one of foods stinkiest consequences – shit and waste.
Shit is your print-out, the great revealer of a person’s health and culture.