Posts tagged as 'TLmag'

Wed 14.3.

Asian Architecture Now: Shigeru Ban’s Garage Centre for Contemporary Culture

Posted by Walter Phillips on 14.03.2018 - Tagged as:

Asian Architecture Now: Shigeru Ban's Garage Centre for Contemporary Culture

 

Shigeru Ban is considered the master of paper craftsmanship, and his ability to combine architecture and origami is one of the signatures of his internationally recognised buildings.(text by TLmag)

 

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Thu 15.2.

Tokujin Yoshioka: Light Material

Posted by Walter Phillips on 15.02.2018 - Tagged as:

Tokujin Yoshioka: Light Material

Glass Tea House KOU-AN on the deck of Seiryuden Temple in Kyoto, 2011-2015. The KOU0-AN will travel inside and outside of Japan soon

 

Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka tests the boundaries of materials in a surprising and alluring manner.(tect by TLmag)

 

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Wed 7.2.

Harri Koskinen: Simplicity Is A Sylvan Sauna

Posted by Walter Phillips on 07.02.2018 - Tagged as:

Harri Koskinen: Simplicity Is A Sylvan Sauna

Harri Koskinen. Photo: Timo Junttila

 

Harri Koskinen is a Finnish industrial designer, furniture maker and exhibition designer; he is also currently the head of design for the Scandinavian firm Iittala.(text by TLmag)

 

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Wed 24.1.

Scholten & Baijings: Arita – Amsterdam

Posted by Walter Phillips on 24.01.2018 - Tagged as:

Scholten & Baijings: Arita – Amsterdam

Photo: © Scheltens & Abbenes

 

Partners in life and work, Stefan Scholtens and Carole Baijings are Amsterdam-based designers known around the world for their signature use of colour and patterning in collections that include textiles, ceramics, glass, furniture and lighting.(text by TLmag)

 

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Fri 25.11.

Julie Richoz: Refined Experimentation

Posted by Walter Phillips on 25.11.2016 - Tagged as:

Julie Richoz: Refined Experimentation

Thalie for Artecnica

Allaying the presence of spring-steel in a delicately laced structure, the Thalie bowl for Artecnica echoes earlier speculative works like Armand: a series of paper cut-out cylinders that cover spectrum colour vibrations. Both are just a sampling of Swiss-French designer Julie Richoz’s ever-iterative oeuvre. The emerging talent has captivated the higher echelons of the craft-led design industry since establishing her own practice four years ago. Since then, she’s straddled the worlds of limited edition and contract market design; establishing a niche style all her own: bright colours and characteristic forms that challenge the convention of age-old materials, production methods and mandates to improve our everyday. (text by TLmag)

 

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Fri 11.11.

Architect Designers Modern: Italian Icons

Posted by Walter Phillips on 11.11.2016 - Tagged as:

Architect Designers Modern: Italian Icons

© Courtesy of Atelier Mendini

A mixture of poetry and know-how, technical expertise and feeling, research and instinct. The skills transferred from pen to paper, ending in the hands of a skilled craftsman who will mould the next icon. That is what as known as timeless and internationally renowned Italian design. (text by TLmag)

 

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Thu 1.9.

WHY TSCHUMI MATTERS

Posted by Walter Phillips on 01.09.2016 - Tagged as:

Why Tschumi Matters

Detail of a folie, Parc de la Villette, Paris, France, 1982-87 | © TLmag

In architecture, there is a fear of “theory.” Ever since the end of the Critical Project in the 1990s, many in the discipline have backed away from directly engaging with social and political thought… (text by TLmag)

 

 

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Fri 19.8.

Ruedi Baur: Swiss Graphic Design – Past, Present and Future

Posted by Walter Phillips on 19.08.2016 - Tagged as: ,

There is one country that has contributed more than any other to the history of graphic design, which became an official discipline at the start of the 20th century. The country in question has a multi-faceted identity and is pacifist and rather discreet.

Ruedi Baur. © Integral

There is one country that has contributed more than any other to the history of graphic design, which became an official discipline at the start of the 20th century. The country in question has a multi-faceted identity and is pacifist and rather discreet. (text by TLmag)

 

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