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The artists Noemi Schipfer and Takami Nakamoto, otherwise known as Nonotak, have created Isotope v.2, a light and sound installation that is a response to the infamous Fukushima power plant incident.
Using the the trajectory of events at the wreaked plant as a metaphor, the action starts in a gentle king of way, building into an aggressive, piercing, assault on the person imprisoned within the confines of the installation. Read more
The Haze chair, by German furniture designer Florian Schultz, has an elegant simplicity about it that belies a clever use of materials, and an exceptional eye for detail.
It is made of wood, metal and fabric, and fastens together using simple wing-nuts. The seat is suspended from the frame giving a level of comfort quite out of proportion to its spartan, minimal appearance. Read more
The big furniture fairs are well past for this year. But the Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair produced one piece well worth a nostalgic look back… not at the furniture though, but at a memorable installation.
The exercise is an interesting collaboration as it allows the simultaneous creation of a space, as well as its decoration. Read more
As an art director and graphic designer, Antoni Tudisco considers it his great passion and privilege to be able to communicate ideas. He is a young designer form Germany with an extraordinary visual and graphical capability.
This series of work called “Wooden”, explores the idea that certain objects should, or are, usually made of particular materials. When these things appear not to be, we are left with a heightened sense of wonderment as to how they were created. Read more