Posts tagged as 'Architonic'
Posted by Walter Phillips on 22.08.2013 - Tagged as: Architonic, RSS
It’s sometimes a bit difficult to get an overview of the latest manufacturers, products, editorial articles and projects in Architonic’s database, given its vast amount of content. That’s why we’re now offering Architonic updates via RSS newsfeeds.
Regardless of how you read and manage your feeds – be it online in a browser or via an app, like Flipboard or Pulse, on your mobile device – we always keep you up to date. Now it’s easy to follow in real time which interesting new products have appeared on the market, what the latest trends are in architecture and design, and which new projects are being shown on Architonic.
To allow you to tailor content to your own particular interests, we’ve divided the Architonic Newsfeeds into three areas: the latest products from our manufacturers, the most recent articles from News & Trends, and the latest architectural projects on Architonic.
to the Architonic Newsfeeds
Posted by Walter Phillips on 10.07.2013 - Tagged as: Architonic
Rich Brilliant Willing, watch the video here
Architonic isn’t just a virtual showcase of products and materials. It’s an international community, made up of real people. This year sees ten years of Architonic, so we asked some of our valued members, partners and friends to say a few words about us and the role we’ve played in helping shape what they do and how they do it. (by Simon Keane-Cowell)
read this article in full on Architonic
«Wir denken total offline» – Neue Zürcher Zeitung, photo: NZZ, Fabian Stamm
It’s Architonic’s 10th anniversary this year and one of the oldest and most important daily newspapers in Switzerland, Zurich’s Neue Zurcher Zeitung, has published an article that talks of Architonic’s founding up to our latest endeavour, venturing to America. The article details our humble beginnings at ETH Zurich’s Department of Architecture, important milestones, lessons learned and new horizons.
read the full article (in German) here
Posted by Malgorzata Stankiewicz on 10.12.2012 - Tagged as: Architonic, work environments
At the interface between architecture, design, communications sales and production, Architonic is the ideal place to find the job or the employee you’re looking for. We take the business of connecting communities seriously – and the same goes for our jobs portal.
As an employer, your advertised position will be seen by architects, designers and other industry professionals in sales, communication and production, who account for 70% of our user base. As a job-seeker, your application will reach the top architectural practices and design agencies, as well as the most established manufacturers, retailers and other agencies.
By way of an introductory offer, the first 50 job posts on Architonic Job Scout are free for employers. Thereafter, the cost for each post is CHF 150. For job-seekers, the service is free of charge.
Posted by Malgorzata Stankiewicz on 22.11.2012 - Tagged as: Architonic, article, designboom
Architonic as product database and Designboom as architecture and design magazine are international market leaders in their respective areas of expertise
“It is our aim to provide readers and the market with an efficient and high-quality environment for research, inspiration and communication. To this end, Architonic and Designboom are a perfect match because they complement each other both in terms of content and geography,” said Designboom’s Birgit Lohmann…
read more about this truly exciting new partnership on Architonic
Just like at architonic.com, the Architonic app brings more than 78,000 products to your iPhone or iPad
As a pioneering thinker Steve Jobs dotted the i’s (and crossed the t’s) of modern communication by combining the Internet with the telephone, creating a user-friendly interface and packing everything into an outstandingly designed product. However, this is not delayed homage but “app-lause” for the “i-revolution” which he created! (more…)
Wosk Theater, Museum of Tolerance, wall panels designed by Kathryn Walter, Felt Studio
The Canadian designer Kathryn Walter created these wall coverings made of felt strips for the Wosk Theater inside the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles, which was designed by Yazdani Studio in 2007. Layers of felt in different thicknesses and varying shades of gray are applied on the round walls in order to improve the room’s acoustics. A delicate solution unlike the oftentimes rather dry appearance of standardised acoustic panels.
What the designers say:
Working with designers from the Yazdani Studio, Kathryn Walter adapted her Striation series wall panels to these rounded walls. Site measurements were taken prior to production. Then typical panels were fabricated, and site-specific panels were made to fit around features such as projection windows, lighting units and the screen, integrating these structural elements into the continuous treatment.
Wall coverings designed by Kathryn Walter, Felt Studio
Felt is a material which is experiencing a renaissance. Not just in fashion but nowadays also in product design and architecture, more and more creative spirits are exploiting the potential of this material. In the area of tension between archaic material and norm product, between handicrafts and industrial production, its textile character requires very special handling. Architonic presents an up-to-date and comprehensive review.
find more felt products @ Architonic
to the Felt Studio website