Elastic straps guaranteeing an extraordinary comfort abandoning additional cushions
Chocolate packaging series designed for Sabadì
Universities & Design Schools around the world
Recycling plastic and rubber waste to build houses in Colombia
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Young creative talents and their graduation projects !

Juicy Salif: history of a sculptural lemon squeezer

A truly iconic object and symbol not only of Philippe Starck but of Alessi itself, this citrus squeezer – as revolutionary as it is surprisingly functional – was sketched in its essentials by Starck during a holiday by the sea in Italy, on a pizzeria napkin.

Bardi’s Bowl Chair (1951), built through a combination of standardized and artisanal methods

Designed in 1951 by Italian-Brazilian architect Lina Bo Bardi, a semi-spherical seat resting lightly on a metallic ring structure, supported by four legs. Lina was a promoter of handcrafted pieces and of the interaction between Modernism and popular culture. In line with this idea, the Bardi’s Bowl Chair by Arper was built through a combination of standardized and artisanal methods, attempting to preserve Lina Bo Bardi’s craftsmanship while adding Arper technical expertise.

Product and industrial designer at Jean Nouvel Design (Paris, France)

Jean Nouvel is seeking a highly experienced industrial product designer to work as soon as possible in Paris.

Make wallpaper that’s art not decoration for FEATHR

They’re on a mission to lift wallpaper out of the decoration ghetto. So FEATHR’s brief is simple – make wallpaper that’s art not decoration.

TMC is one of the finalist for 2016 ADI Culture Awards! You can check all ADI Awards selected projects here.

The Woods Awards. Excellence in British architecture and product design

The Wood Awards is the UK’s premier competition for excellence in architecture and product design in the world’s only naturally sustainable material. The Awards aim to recognise, encourage and promote outstanding design, craftsmanship and installation using wood. Architects and designers from around the United Kingdom are invited to enter their wood-based projects and have until 27 May to submit their entries.

First topographically accurate lunar globe

Product designer Oscar Lhermitte with design studio Kudu are releasing the first topographically accurate lunar globe on Kickstarter. The project involves the use of the latest data from NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter combined with advanced electronic and mechanical engineering alongside careful craftsmanship in mold making.

Researcher & Case Study Writer and a User Researcher on Design for Europe

Two great opportunities for researcher and case study writer and a user researcher to help support the work on Design for Europe. Apply by 12 May.

Salone del Mobile. Milano 12-17 April

The Salone Internazionale del Mobile was founded in 1961 as a vehicle for promoting Italian furniture and furnishings exports and soon became the most keenly awaited event in the world of furniture.

Toy Photography & Focus Stacking technique

Felix Hernandez Rodriguez is a conceptual and commercial photographer and graphic designer from Cancun, Mexico. Today he shares his Guide to Toy Photography & Focus Stacking technique.

Studio Make Believe is looking for a Senior and Mid-Level Designer

Studio Make Believe is looking for highly motivated senior and mid-level freelance designers to collaborate on a variety of short and long term design projects.

“Beauty is the harmony of function and form.” Alvar Aalto

Internship at Mattias Stenberg’s studio

Applications for internships are reviewed continiously throughout the year at Mattias Stenberg studio.

WASARA, made out of bamboo and bagasse

WASARA was born from a desire to design tableware that perfectly complements the dishes you serve and creates a heartwarming and comfortable setting, even though it can only be used once.

Interested in joining our team? Contact us

Finding Balance, Herman Miller Collection

The enduring designs of the Herman Miller Collection strike a balance between seemingly contradictory ideas: aspiration and accessibility, sculpture and engineering, elegance and informality, beauty and comfort. Not the least of these is its delicate balance of craft and industrial processes.

Alabaster

A set of alabaster areas within a stream for 5 years erode differently depending on the situation and the force of water.

Feria Habitat Valencia, 1-5 Feb

In its edition in 2016, Habitat Valencia Fair will be held simultaneously with other major Spanish quotations related to habitat: CEVISAMA y FIMMA- MADERALIA . This project, that has the support of all sectors involved, aims to generate synergies between events, so that professionals have an overview of all the segments that make up the home.

How a Bicycle is Made (1945)

A film released on 1945 talking about the design and manufacture of bicycles. Set in the Raleigh bicycle factory in Nottingham, UK and filed in the (and propery of) British Council Film Collection.

From the engraving on the copper plate through the acid bath to the printing process in the press

Artist and illustrator Ugo Gattoni presents his first drypoint etching, made in the Urdla print facility in Villeurbanne (France). Edited in December 2015 by Sold Art online art gallery, this dreamlike composition featuring some references to his girlfriend Sybille’s anatomy, as well as Escher’s perspective work.

Aalto vase, still crafted by its original mouth-blown process

Alvar Aalto’s Savoy vase is one of the most famous vases in history. Designed in 1936 for a competition at the Paris World’s Fair, Finnish architect and furniture designer Alvar Aalto anonymously entered and won the competition for his vase under the pseudonym “Eskimo woman’s leather breeches”.

Toronto Design Offsite Festival, 18-24 Jan

The Toronto Design Offsite Festival (TO DO) is an annual city-wide platform for the exhibition and engagement of independent design in Toronto, showcasing unexpected prototypes, immersive installations, and unique programming.

The finest selection of design weeks around the world. Check our design agenda 2016

Work at Form Us With Love

FUWL accepts design assistants two times a year. The first period stretches from January 15th to June 15th (5 months). The second period stretches from August 15th to December 15th (4 months).

imm Cologne, 18-24 Jan

At the imm cologne, suppliers and decision-makers from the sector’s major markets around the world will be setting the course for successful future business.

Frugal Collection Cape Town

Hannes Schreckensberger and Célia Picard founder of Franco-Austrian design studio Celia-Hannes stayed six week-long in Cape Town – the World Design Capital 2014 to collaborate with local craftsmen from limited resource areas of Cape Town.

Akari Light Sculptures (1951)

Akari Light Sculptures by Isamu Noguchi are considered icons of 1950s modern design. Designed by Noguchi beginning in 1951 and handmade for a half century by the original manufacturer in Gifu, Japan, the paper lanterns are a harmonious blend of Japanese handcraft and modernist form. The lamps are created from handmade washi paper and bamboo ribbing, supported by a metal frame.

Design & Play with Hand Moulding Plastic

Basically Caprolactone thermoplastics are long chain polymers that can be formed and molded when heated. The good thing about these polymer is that it only takes 60oC to melt the materials making them very good for modelling and sculpting using hot water or a hand held heat gun.

16th Creative Marathon at ELISAVA

The Creative Marathon comes back to ELISAVA in its 16th edition burden with contents and activities. Like every year, it consists of a set of intensive workshops, where students in year 3 and 4 of Degree in Design and Degree in Engineering in Industrial Design will take part together. The idea is to promote creativity thought R&D processes that lead to new and innovative situations.


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