Jean_Prouvé Jean PROUVE 1901 - 1984 Jean Prouvé a traversé la presque totalité de ce siècle en restant en permanence en état de recherche. La maison qu'il s'est construite, en 1954, sur les collines dominant Nancy en est un témoignage. Prouvé occupait une place unique dans le milieu architectural; il était arrivé à maîtriser la fabrication, la réalité même de l'objet architectural. Sa pensée est une pensée active, elle s'exprime en terme d'économie, elle parle de la naissance des formes, jamais de l'objet fini. Prouvé n'était pas un architecte engagé dans l'entreprise comme ont pu l'être Le Corbusier ou le nancéien Henri Gutton, ni un entrepreneur faisant de l'architecture.
Kueng Caputo - Projects Stone Lamp 2018 Reflective Flower Pot Materials: Travertine, Reflective Floor Paint Dimensions: 26,5 x 22 x 13 cm About: The Reflective Flower Pot was made at the Palazzo Monti residency, Summer 2018 Reflective Succulent Planter 2018
Charles & Ray_Eames Charles and Ray Eames are among the most important American designers of this century. They are best known for their groundbreaking contributions to architecture, furniture design (e.g., the Eames Chair), industrial design and manufacturing, and the photographic arts. Charles Eames was born in 1907 in St. Little Paper Planes The work of Los Angeles bases, Lisa Williamson. She was part of Made in L.A. at the Hammer Museum last year. Working in several different mediums—sculpture, painting, drawing, video, and publications—Lisa Williamson (b. 1977 Champaign-Urbana, Illinois) creates works that are conceptually dense yet embrace a minimal and refined visual language as well as a lighthearted humor. Trafficking in the potential for abstract forms to conjure recognizable everyday objects, from architectural details to the human body, her works are placed in precise relationship to one another to suggest a setting where actions have occurred. Her use of language—in her cleverly ambiguous titles and in the writings that she occasionally publishes—and the diagrams visualized within her drawings serve to animate the sculptures.
Hella Jongerius' Danskina Dutch designer Hella Jongerius is a strong example of this strand of design, particularly given her presence at this year's Salone Del Mobile. Jongerius' Berlin-based Jongeriuslab studio has been much celebrated for its craft-influenced industrial design since its foundation in the 1990s, yet Jongerius' influence is rapidly extending beyond her own practice. At this year's Salone she will present projects for Vitra, Artek and Danskina – all brands that she provides art direction for. Frozen in Time by Studio Wieki Somers Frozen in Time by Studio Wieki Somers by Mike / February 12, 2010 Via @designws, a cabinet "frozen in time", encased in resin. From a collection of objects by Studio Wieki Somers inspired by an ice storm, now on display at Galerie Kreo Paris.
Scholten & Baijings New / WALLPAPER* DESIGN AWARDS 2015 New / REPRODUCING SCHOLTEN & BAIJINGS New / DESIGN IN FULL COLOUR New / OVER THE RAINBOW New / WE LET THE SAME INGREDIENTS GUIDE US New / BLOCKS AND GRID Designers Alex Hellum Andrea Stemmer Bec Brittain Timber - vincenttarisien TIMBER2013Help Timber to find a manufacturer to produce the kit. Don't hesitate to share it ! A playful and customisable furniture range derived from my research on the combination of two materials — made solely from bio resin and wood. Designed to be assembled at home, each piece in the collection is entirely customisable and comes neatly packaged in a cardboard cylinder. Once the wooden frame has been assembled, a resin is poured over the mould, which sets in just a few minutes. TIMBER on domusweb.it