Posts tagged as 'design fair'

Thu 16.6.

Impressions from Clerkenwell Design Week 2011

Posted by Malgorzata Stankiewicz on 16.06.2011 - Tagged as: , ,

Impressions from Clerkenwell Design Week 2011

Clerkenwell Design Week – London’s most buzzed-about event dedicated to all disciplines of design returned to the British Capital earlier last month (24-26.05) for its second edition. With more than 24 000 registered attendees and 74 exhibitions from established and up-and-coming international design brands, as well as countless talks, performances and events which enriched fair’s already-impressive schedule, this year’s edition of CDW has been a great success. Thanks to Architonic’s friends at Clerkenwell Design Week, we can now share this image gallery with our Facebook fans. Enjoy!


to Architonic’s tour of Clerkenwell Design Week 2011

Impressions from Design Miami/ Basel 2011

Yesterday – ahead of today’s official opening – Design Miami/ Basel hosted an exclusive preview for the press and VIP guests and Architonic team was among the lucky few who were given a sneak peek at the 6th edition of the fair. (more…)

Tue 7.6.

Design Miami/ Basel 2011

Posted by Malgorzata Stankiewicz on 07.06.2011 - Tagged as: , ,



Design Miami/ Basel returns next week (14-18 June) to Switzerland for its 6th edition. During the fair, which each year coincides with ‘the Olympics of the art world’, Art Basel, more than 40 galleries from 10 different countries will showcase ‘never-before-seen historical and contemporary work and large-scale architectural installations’ as well as solo exhibitions from some of the most prominent designers including Pierre Charpin, Ron Gilad, Piet Hein Eek, Max Lamb, Joseph-André Motte and Jean Prouvé. (more…)

Wed 1.6.

DMY 2011 – The International Design Festival Berlin

Posted by Malgorzata Stankiewicz on 01.06.2011 - Tagged as: , , ,


DMY, Berlin’s much-celebrated International Design Festival returns for its 9th edition.


‘The DMY International Design Festival Berlin will anew take place in the impressive architecture of historic city airport Berlin Tempelhof. The central exhibition showcases pioneering and foresighted works by over 500 professional designers, brands and new talents. Reflecting on design as a full circle system, the central exhibition is accompanied by a vast program of satellite exhibitons and events such as Designer Talks, Lectures, Open Design and Material Workshops. Honouring the talent of young and professional designers, the largest festival for product design in Germany will also celebrate foresighted works within the Ceremony of the DMY Awards and the design contest for young talents of IKEA Stiftung.


‘While a great amount of tools has been invented to make our lives ea- sier and more efficient, we rarely have the time to reflect upon our daily practices and our life with things. Most of the things that surround us are a result of a design process. They are not simply given, but repre- sent continuous development processes and thus are subject to change. Instead of just mirroring the status quo, the DMY International Design Festival highlights forward-thinking products and research-driven pro- jects reflecting upon the social impact of contemporary product design.’


to the DMY website

Tue 31.5.

New New New: New York Design News

Posted by Malgorzata Stankiewicz on 31.05.2011 - Tagged as: , , ,

'Torii' chair by Bensen; the design was inspired by the typical arched wooden doorway of Japanese temples

As every spring, Architonic travelled to New York on your behalf in order to investigate the latest trends on the North American market for you. Here we report on what we discovered in the city’s showrooms and at the ICFF. (by Susanne Fritz)


to Susanne Fritz’s ICFF 2011 report on Architonic

Impressions of Interieur 2010 Kortrijk, 15 - 24 October 2010

On Architonic@Facebook we collected some visual impressions of this year’s INTERIEUR Design Biennale fair in Kortrijk.
Visit us on Facebook to view more images and discover the new products and inspirations that have been captured by the Architonic team for you!

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