Supported by the Victorian Government and now entering its fifth edition, the 2010 State of Design Festival will be held 14 – 25 July.
The Festival events will be centered in metropolitan Melbourne, greater Melbourne and Victorian regional centres.
“Architecture is merely a container after all, and that is okay”
From a stone to a simulated human heart, the Italian designer Andrea Branzi and Japanese designer Kenya Hara, trace the design history of tools from the stone age to today, in the Neo Pre History – 100 Verbs exhibition at the Triennale di Milano.
A journey inspired by the power of “100 verbs” and “100 instruments” which, like streams of mysterious, life-giving energy, guide the viewer through the dark clouds of history and of infinite space.
Occupying the sixth floor of London’s Midcity development, Westfield’s European headquarters wraps around the building’s ten-storey, glass atrium.
As well as the interiors of the workplace, Woods Bagot created a distinctive identity for the office that is recognisable from any part of the building and also ties into the Westfield brand.
DESIGN PRIDE, the most democratic party of the Milan Design Week, realised in collaboration with Gufram, Havaianas, Radio Deejay, Treatwell and Wallpaper*, invaded the city with more than 3.000 people. The colourful parade inaugurated the launch of the webpage designpride.org, an actual opportunity for young creatives to transform their ideas into objects to be sold on YOOX