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Tjep. Terence Conran Sir Terence Conran – Italian Compassod’Oro, Ernst & Young, Lifetime Achievement Award for Business, Esquire, Lifetime Achievement Award, Prince Philip, Designer of the year award, Commandeur de l’Ordre des Arts etLettres, France, D&AD President’s Award, Royal Society of Arts Bicentenary Medal. SIAD Design Medal – Product & Graphic Design, BCT Tactile Project – Wall tile of the year UK and Leonardo icon range – Red Dot design award Tchibo kitchen range – IF product design award Yotel – IF product design award, Red Dot design award and Deutsche design prize nomination SainsburysbY range – D&AD product design selection and Elle Deco most iconic products of the year Nigella Lawson’s Living Kitchen range – Homes & Garden’s Judges Award Villeroy & Boch Aveo bathroom project – IF product design awards Smart CaféCafetiere product – Design Council Millennium product Conran food packaging range – D&AD Yellow Pencil Smart Café OneCup project – Red Dot product design award Mezzo – Design Week Award

Studio Tord Boontje The Official Site of Raymond Loewy Youkaïdi Paul Kasmin Gallery - Mattia Bonetti (b. 1952 in Lugano, Switzerland. Lives and works in Paris.) Since the beginning of his pioneering career in the early 1970s, Mattia Bonetti has approached the distinction between art and design not as a barrier, but as a wellspring of creative dialogue. A comprehensive monograph of his work was published in 2010 by Skira/Rizzoli, featuring photography and text by Reed Krakoff and essays by Adrian Dannatt, Jacques Grange, Marie-Laure Jousset, and Princess Gloria von Thurn und Taxis. 2015 "New Works," PAUL KASMIN GALLERY, New York 2014 "New Works 2014," DAVID GILL GALLERY, London 2013 "Indoor, Outdoor," PAUL KASMIN GALLERY, New York 2011 "Garden Loveseat & Other Works," DUKE & DUKE, Los Angeles 2010 "Mattia Bonetti: New Work," PAUL KASMIN GALLERY, New York 2008 "Mattia Bonetti: New Work," DAVID GILL GALLERY, London "Terre et Palissades," GALERIE CAT-BERROS, Paris Download Biography PDF

Ineke Hans Studio - News Martin Szekely. Ne plus dessiner - Dossier pédagogique Martin Szekely L’exposition : la première monographie dans un musée français Avec plus d’une quarantaine de pièces − vingt et une conçues dans un cadre expérimental et vingt-cinq pour des firmes industrielles −, l'exposition couvre la période allant de 1998, début de son renoncement au dessin dans la manière d’aborder la création, à aujourd'hui. À l'instar des œuvres présentées, au dépouillement volontaire, la scénographie, signée par le designer, procède d'une stratégie, sinon du retrait, du moins de la discrétion. « Aujourd'hui mon travail m'apparaît comme une soustraction à l'expressionnisme du dessin, dit Martin Szekely. [...] Prémices : formation, compagnonnage, premiers travaux « J'étais initié au rituel de la création » Martin Szekely naît en 1956 dans un milieu d'artistes. C'est dans cet environnement que grandit le jeune Martin. « Chan m'a appris le b.a. Le métier de designer De l’héritage à l’innovation : Chaise longue Pi, 1983 Utiliser des matériaux nouveaux Matérialiser le vide MSz

giulio iacchetti | industrial design On Design: Gijs Bakker “At the beginning of my career, my generation wanted to come up with completely new ideas and forms,” says the Dutch master jeweller and industrial designer, Gijs Bakker. “We thought we could reinvent the world.” The traditional sculpting tool, the focus of the latest episode of On Design directed by Stefan Heinrichs, proved an ironic talisman for the unorthodox designer and co-founder of Droog Design. As an art school graduate, Bakker quickly dispensed with his classical training and embraced the modernism prevalent in the 1960s. The Gijs+Emmy Spectacle runs through August 24 at The Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam.

Yael Mer & Shay Alkalay - Raw Edges Design Studio ARAM | Eileen Gray Born in Enniscorthy, County Wexford, Ireland in 1878, Eileen Gray spent her childhood in London and was among the first women to be admitted to the Slade, where she took up painting in 1898 before undergoing an apprenticeship in a London lacquer workshop. The experience she gained in working in this highly specialised medium was to influence her profoundly when she moved to Paris in 1902. After further training in lacquer work and cabinet making, she quickly established herself as one of the leading designers of the lacquered screens and decorative panels so beloved by the followers of art deco, and even managed to cause a riot by showing a stark white lacquered boudoir at the 14th Salon des Artistes Décorateurs in 1923. In 1922 she opened her own gallery, Jean Désert, in Rue du Fauborg Saint Honoré as an outlet for her designs. Eileen Gray's next major contribution to design was in architecture. Eileen Gray died in Paris in 1976.

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