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Wed 29.10.

‘Milano Study’ light by Politecnico di Milano students for Nikari (FI)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 29.10.2014 - Tagged as:

'Milano Study' light by Politecnico di Milano students for Nikari

‘Milano Study’ light by Politecnico di Milano students for Nikari

The LED lamp in ‘Milano Study’ is directed to its wooden surface giving it a warm, atmospheric glow.

 

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Tue 28.10.

Architonic Newsletter 10.2014

Posted by Walter Phillips on 28.10.2014 - Tagged as:

Cisco by Studio O+A; photograph: Jasper Sanidad

Cisco by Studio O+A; photograph: Jasper Sanidad

As a major focal point in the lives of an incredibly large number of people, the office is already constantly in their thoughts, but in the months before and after Orgatec, interest in all aspects of this work environment reaches even greater heights – and brands and producer companies experience an excited buzz as special attention is paid to every new idea. Our lead article is devoted to the office worlds of large internet companies. What do they look like, and how do people go about their work in environments where ideas are generated and decisions are taken that, in one way or another, could soon impact the lives of millions of users worldwide?

 

Contents in brief:

 

Agenda November–December 2014
Architonic Photo Tours: Cersaie 2014 and London 2014
Where the Future Happens: the Interiors of Internet Companies
Further Articles from Architonic’s ‘News & Trends’
Inspiring Search Results N° 34: Management chairs with headrest adjustable
Inspiring Spaces N° 26: Office Facilities
Architecture and Design Projects on Architonic

 

Architonic’s newsletter for October 2014 can be read (and subscribed to) here.

Mon 27.10.

Shylights by Studio Drift at the Rijksmuseum

Posted by Walter Phillips on 27.10.2014 - Tagged as:

Shylights by Studio Drift at the Rijksmuseum, photos: Erik and Petra Hesmerg

Shylights by Studio Drift at the Rijksmuseum, photos: Erik and Petra Hesmerg

Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum, the Netherlands national museum dedicated to arts and history, has acquired an installation with five Shylights by Dutch designers Studio Drift, marking the first time that a work by Studio Drift can be permanently seen by the public in a Dutch museum.

 

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100 Colors by Emmanuelle Moureaux Architecture + Design, photo: Daisuke Shima / Nacasa & Partners

100 Colors by Emmanuelle Moureaux Architecture + Design, photo: Daisuke Shima / Nacasa & Partners

Tokyo-based designer Emmanuelle Moureaux’s first outdoor installation is in Shinjuku Central Park, Tokyo using a full spectrum of floating colours, 100 to be exact, and 1,875 strands of textile hand-dyed one by one.

 

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Wed 8.10.

Special Newsletter ORGATEC 2014

Posted by Walter Phillips on 08.10.2014 - Tagged as:

Fear not. The Architonic Guide ORGATEC 2014 (PDF download) will ensure that you stay on top of everything going on at the Cologne fair as well as in the city, including who's showing at Design Post and what's happening at our members' city locations.

Fear not. The Architonic Guide ORGATEC 2014 (PDF download) will ensure that you stay on top of everything going on at the Cologne fair as well as in the city, including who’s showing at Design Post and what’s happening at our members’ city locations.

Even-numbered years are ORGATEC years. On 21 October, Cologne will once again become the centre of everything related to the office and contract furnishing.

 

In six halls, more than 600 German and international exhibitors will be presenting their new products for the modern office. The fact that the fair takes place biennially heightens the expectations of visitors, who can catch up on the latest developments not just at the stands of the manufacturers but also at a number of forums and roundtable discussions.

 

As always, Architonic’s ORGATEC Guide will help you find your way around. And the Architonic stand A70–B71 in Hall 9 is the ideal meeting place at the heart of the fair. On the first evening of ORGATEC, the Architonic team looks forward to welcoming you to its traditional Architonic Disco at King Georg club – and while you’re waiting for your taxi, our ORGATEC blog will keep you up to date with the latest news from the fair.

 

Architonic’s Special Newsletter ORGATEC 2014 can be read (and subscribed to) here.

Sun 5.10.

‘Tesseract Project’ by 1024architecture (FR)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 05.10.2014 - Tagged as:

'Tesseract Project' by 1024architecture

‘Tesseract Project’ by 1024architecture

Paris-based 1024architecture’s ‘Tesseract’ is a light installation that reinterprets the mathematical concept of the cube with a series of moving lights that create new geometrical shapes within a large cubic structure.

 

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Wed 1.10.

Special Newsletter Kortrijk 2014

Posted by Walter Phillips on 01.10.2014 - Tagged as:

Architonic totem by Samuel Schumacher

Architonic totem by Samuel Schumacher

This year’s Biennale Interieur in Kortrijk, Belgium, will be taking place for the 24th time. From 17 to 26 October, more than 250 selected international brands with memorably designed stands will be presenting their products in the halls of Kortrijk Xpo, where they will be joined by about 100 newcomers. However, Interieur is more than just a trade fair. This painstakingly curated and always top-class design event, not satisfied with occupying just the Xpo site, will also enliven the city’s Buda Island.

 

British architect and publicist Joseph Grima will be responsible for the ambitious cultural programme. Five installations with SQM (Square Metre) labelling will spread across the Biennale locations, illustrating his slogan that “The Home Does Not Exist”. With excellent timing, Lars Müller Publishers has simultaneously brought out a publication in several volumes entitled “SQM: The Quantified Home”.

 

Marina Bautier, winner of the “Designer of the Year 2014″ award, will be presenting her work for the MA brand in Hall 3, where all prizewinners from 2006 onwards will be showing their latest designs for individual companies.

 

Architonic, too, will be present on the Xpo site with three striking totems, and we will be distributing not only our highly coveted bags but also invitations to the Architonic Disco.

 

Architonic’s Special Newsletter Kortrijk 2014 can be read (and subscribed to) here.

Fri 26.9.

Gloriously Glossy: The Versatile Tile Adorns the Coolest Interiors

Posted by Walter Phillips on 26.09.2014 - Tagged as: ,

Tiles in a calming green – suggestive of being underwater – were chosen to line the interior of skincare brand Aesop’s Berlin store, designed by Weiss-Heiten

Tiles in a calming green – suggestive of being underwater – were chosen to line the interior of skincare brand Aesop’s Berlin store, designed by Weiss-Heiten

Given the huge vogue for cladding buildings in ceramic tiles, we shouldn’t be surprised to hear that they are now fast infiltrating interiors too. It’s not hard to see why. People find glazed ceramic tiles appealing because of their seductive qualities – their lusciously lustrous surfaces and, if patterned, their potential for being stunningly decorative. (by Dominic Lutyens)

 

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