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Tue 10.5.

‘Kami’ by ett la benn (DE)

Posted by Malgorzata Stankiewicz on 10.05.2011 - Tagged as: , , , , ,

 

'Kami' collection of pots and vases by ett la benn

Berlin-based design studio ett la benn has created a series of eco-friendly hand-moulded vases, pots and pendant lights which were presented at the ‘Poetry Happens’ exhibition at Ventura Lambrate in Milan. (more…)

'Malva' by ett la benn

The Berlin based designers of ett la benn will soon be showcasing their lighting series ‘Malva’ at Appel Design Gallery.

The manufacturing process of the lamp shades are inspired by the natural qualities of cellulose and viscose: the objects are generated by the forming of moistened sponge cloth and its subsequent hardening by air drying on a mould.

'Malva' by ett la benn

The exhibition will be open from 5 June – 2 July, 2010 at Appel Design Gallery, Torstrasse 114, Berlin.

'Malva' by ett la benn

'Malva' by ett la benn

'Malva' by ett la benn

to the ett la benn website

to the Appel Design Gallery website

'Malva' by ett la benn

During this year’s Milan Design Week the contemporary design platform DMY Berlin will be presenting new prototypes and innovative concepts by seven Berlin based design studios. The exhibition, which is coordinated together with Create Berlin will be set up within the beautiful but rough space at Officina in Via Tortona 31.


“‘Malva’ by ett la benn is a furniture collection inspired by the natural qualities of cellulose and viscose: the objects are generated by the forming of moistened sponge cloth and its subsequent air drying on a mould. By simply compressing or connecting several components, numerous variations and extensions of Malva can be generated.”

'Lift' by Mark Braun

'stitching furniture' by Studio Aisslinger

“The ‘stitching furniture’ project by Studio Aisslinger combines new high technologies, applied to traditional stitching techniques, with a collection of edited textile objects.
The objects of the “stiching furniture” collection – armchairs, stools, bowls and lamps – are “plotted” onto a carrier by the means of a programmable stitching machine in order to create a “pop-up-object”, that raises from the surface as if it was extruded into its third dimension. The stitched textile honeycomb structures are resin-impregnated in order to make them rigid and constructive. The result is a series of extremely light and transparent objects, that seem to float in the space as textile 3D-meta-networks.”

'Pit' by e27

'Clark' by llot llov

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