Blog Post Category Archive (Industrial Design)

  1. MULLER VAN SEVEREN

     Fien Muller and Hannes Van Severen are both artists, and their collaborative furniture project Mueller Van Severen reflects that. Lines and colors are what makes their pieces stand out and their  humor and simplicity (who knew furniture could be humorous!)

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  2. Contemporary Issue: Ingo Maurer

    We admire the work of Ingo Maurer and were truly  honoured to have had the chance to interview and take these wonderful portraits of the pioneer designer done by Leonard Fong. Don’t forget to check out his interview by Koko

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  3. This Saturday/ Launch/Dance Party: 01 Magazine- No 9 Contemporary Issue

    If you are in Vancouver, join us this Saturday for the launch of 01 Magazine Issue No.9 – Contemporary. Dance party at the newly renovated Dunlevy Snackbar, with music by Nathalee Paolinelli, Jen Chiu and 01 Magazine, drink specials, beers

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  4. INDUSTRIAL DESIGN TRIP NYC

    The opportunity to travel always gets me re-energized. Having had travel plans earlier in the year altered due to unforeseen circumstances, a trip to cover the International Contemporary Furniture Fair was a healthy escape from the normal daily grind.  I’ve

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  5. Roll & Hill

    New York based lighting company Roll & Hill beautifully showcases their range by taking photos of their products over American landscapes. A nice balance of incorporating the natural habitat of the great outdoors into their designs. Woody Endless designed by

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  6. At Inform tomorrow: Tom Dixon

    We are so excited to be able to see a discussion with British designer Tom Dixon at Inform tomorrow.  If you aren’t able to come down then check out this video below where he talks about his design processes:

  7. Presentation House Auction

    In 1974, Finnish manufacturer Artek began producing the Sedia 1 chair. Designed by Enzo Mari, the chair was originally for the designer’s Autoprogettazione collection, a manual that included pieces that were made from easily obtainable standard cuts of wood. The

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  8. Etudes N°2 – From light and shadow

      The Spring Summer 2013 collection gains confidence and insight as it explores new proportions through the work of silhouette and volume.  Standard seam lines are shifted, and garment cuts are amplified.  The body slowly disappears behind new shapes and

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  9. ACHILLE CASTIGLIONI: Exhibition photos from 1984

    The late prominent Italian designer Achille Castiglioni showed a first and most complete exhibition of his work at Austrian Museum of Applied Art in Vienna March 16th 1984. Judging from the photos taken from the exhibition in the 80’s his

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  10. Incomplete Manifesto for Growth by Bruce Mao

    Words of wisdom by  Canadian designer Bruce Mao….   1)Allow events to change you. You have to be willing to grow. Growth is different from something that happens to you. You produce it. You live it. The prerequisites for growth:

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  11. Proyectos Monclova’s new space

    Mexico city’s Proyectos Monclova gallery has relocated to a new space in Colonia Roma. I had been to this location many years back for a tinyvices afterparty (thrown by Proyectos Monclova) when it was an old poolhall full of cowboys

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  12. Colour by Daniel Rybakken and Andreas Engesvik

    Colour, a collaborative effort of Norway based Daniel Rybakken and Andreas Engesvik, produced by French furniture firm Ligne Roset. “Using sheets of coloured glass placed freely in front of a light source, Colour invites the user to mix various hues.

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