As the website Nieman Journalism Lab explain “The Guardian is experimenting in the craft newspaper business and getting some help from robots. That may sound odd, given that the company prints a daily paper read throughout Britain. A paper staffed by humans. But the company is tinkering with something smaller and more algorithm-driven.”
beautiful objects and furniture designed by german based Sebastian Herkner (1981).
“Already focusing during his studies on designing objects and furniture merging various cultural contexts, combining new technologies with traditional craftsmanship in order to highlight the multifaceted beauty of the materials and draw renewed attention to small details.” (Markus Frenzl)
Gorgeous jewelry designer Ina Beissner presens her latest creations on Berlin’s iconic beauty Franzi Mueller in a campaign shot by Alexx and Anton – the ultimate proof that Berlin does not only go for used and fucked-up looks, but also knows glamour and class.
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Ikea – lovely paper designs spotted.
In relation to swedish (graphic) design – they have once again shown us their talent.
Our favorites – the little pocket ‘field notes’ with vintage pencil drawings as cover.
The uniqueness of the lamp lies in its capability of providing local lighting and at the same time projecting the fascinating starry night sky in the room through the drillings of the hemispheric shade. The fascinating lighting effects are created by a LED light source—specially developed for Starry Light lamps—emitting lightbeams of different strength upwards and downwards, thus creating ideal luminosity for an intimate dinner and conjuring the starry sky.
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The collective FFD was presenting an exhibition in the form of creative competition: 2 teams of 10 people competed on the topic “Black Wood vs. White Wood”. It was up to the audience to determine which team will win. Congratulation Black Team!!
Mélanie Husson, a young French designer, was presenting the “Hyphen” table at PARIS DESIGN WEEK 2013. She was awarded with the Rado Star Prize 2013 for her assemblage of paper and concrete.
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With its inventive scenography, LE CARRÉ was hosting a selection of 11 young French editors. Each has exhibited representative pieces of its craftsmanship and entrepreneurial commitment.
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Lidewij EDELKOORT, one of the most famous trendwatchers of our time, exhibited her private collection of design for the first time. This unique collection provides a fascinating look at the first decade of twenty first century design.