The way Dieter Rams tell it good design boils down to something as simple durability.

Okay, not durability alone. A Well-designed piece is so self-explanatory that figuring out how to use it as simple as looking at it. And a design develops from the inside out because it involves not only aesthetics but also function.Read More →

Notus Remote - Red Dot Designer Winner

Notus Remote – Red Dot Designer Winner for 2018 an example of quality product design. The Red Dot Award: Product Design, whose origins date back to 1955, appraises the best products created every year. In 48 categories, manufacturers and designers can enter their innovations in the competition. NOTUS product imageRead More →

Royal Academy of Art

They are an Academy They have a lot in common with museums and other galleries, but as an academy they have a wider position to play – to encourage not just the appreciation and understanding of art, but also its practise. Led by artists Like the founders of the Academy,Read More →

Goldsmith St RIBA Awards hero banner mobile

The next call for UK awards entries will be this year, for the 2022 RIBA Awards. Read RIBA President Alan Jones’ article on the new requirements for these entries. The 2021 RIBA UK Awards (including Regional, National and the RIBA Stirling Prize) will be selected from the shortlist for the 2020Read More →

Østerild Visitors and Operation Center / Cubo Arkitekter In 2016, Cubo won the architectural competition for a new Visitors and National Test Center for the world’s largest wind turbines placed on land. A Center that communicates the research and technology of the windmills to the public, while the wind turbineRead More →

Peter Behrens designer

Peter Brehens (1868 – 1940) was a German graphic artist, architect and designer. He studied at the Karlsruhe and in Düsseldorf and Munich. Professional Career In 1893, he joined the avant-garde group associated with the Munich Secession. In 1896, he travelled in Italy· in 1898 studied industrial mass production. FollowingRead More →

Frieze New York 2021 at the Shed

Frieze New York 2021 at The Shed This is a time for creativity, flexibility and collaboration, all of which have led us to an exciting opportunity to hold a smaller fair at The Shed, alongside Frieze Viewing Room online that will connect galleries and audiences all over the world – VictoriaRead More →

Montreal 1967 world’s fair, ‘man and his world,’ Buckminster Fuller’s geodesic dome with experimental solar house These fair attractions of the world were some of the most daring and unusual structures of their time. Unfortunately, little planning went into their longevity. We get honesty in Doskow’s photographs. Some monuments haveRead More →

typography and design

Typographic design skills give the designer, who develops an appreciation for the subtler points, a wealth of satisfaction. There are few aspects of the profession of graphic design that provide more opportunity to apply creative skills. It calls for judgment and ingenuity constantly, and every application of the skills learnedRead More →

Womb Chair - Eero Saarinen

Its name expresses its purpose: “It was designed on the theory that a great number of people have never felt secure and comfortable since they have left the womb.”Read More →

Josef Albers Featured Image

Josef Albers believed Art, he felt, is seeing, and he believed that his contemporaries had not done a good job of this.Read More →

Swedish Design

In order to make Sweden a more “sustainable, equitable and less segregated society,” the Swedish government has adopted a variety of quality objectives for architecture and design. The Swedish architecture and design community welcomed the Stamped Living Environment Bill, which sets out proposals to make sustainability and quality central toRead More →

Marimekko - Suvi cotton fabric

Marimekko ‘s versatile range of fabrics is continually updated: old classics are turned into modern interpretations and brand new innovations are frequently applied to favourite patterns. Keep an eye on this category to see new designs – maybe your favourite print will soon be available by the metre!Read More →

Börje Rajalin, a bracelet

Borje Rajalin is a Finnish Jewellery Designer.

Rajalin worked at Bertel Gardberg’s silversmith from 1952 – 1956.  His design work included technical equipment, plastic fittings, cutlery, stainless steel table and cookware and with Anti Nurmesniemi in 1972 a train for the Helsinki Railway.  They collaborated with station designers to make the metro stations modern and chic.  Rajalin produced silver designs for Bertel Gardberg and jewellery for Kalevala Koru.  He taught at Taideeteollinen Oppilaitos and was the director of Taidetelinen Ammattikoulu in Helsinki.Read More →

Healing Perrotin

In the context of Bubblewrap, Healing examines the multifaceted and quirky universe that is Takashi Murakami’s Superflat and the far-reaching and profound influence of Japanese ceramic art. Where art in the West is focused on the distinctions between ‘highbrow’ and ‘lowbrow’ culture,’ original’ and ‘derivative,’ art ‘and’ product,’ Superflat is a distinct lineage of contemporary Japanese art rooted in anime and manga.Read More →

Marsotto Milan Showroom

Nendo is a Japanese design company founded by Sato Oki in 2002 that works globally on design projects. In Tokyo, the first office was built. The second office was opened in Milan in 2005. Over the course of 18 years of establishment, the business works with different brands and has received numerous awards. With subtle influences from Japanese and Scandinavian aesthetics, Nendo is recognised for its simple and minimalist style.Read More →

Disability icon

Back in 1968, Danish design student Susanne Koefoed developed the International Access Symbol and as ubiquitous as it became, there is a passivity to the design that is arguably addressed by the latest Accessible Icon. With its own emoji and increasing acceptance across the globe, the new symbol started as a street art project in the Boston area that tackled stereotypes of disability and the built environment.Read More →

Peter Zelewski Twins

In his ongoing portrait photography collection, Alike But Not Alike, London-based photographer Peter Zelewski has explored the similarities and differences between sets of identical twins. Captured against neutral backdrops on the streets of London, Zelewski’s duos are of various ages, ethnicities, cultures, and styled to dress in matching clothes. This style places the spotlight on the subjects, showing the special, unbreakable relationship and remarkable resemblance of the siblings, while also allowing viewers to take a closer look and explore the tiny differences between each pair.Read More →

stadt-archeitecture

STADTArchitecture was established in 2016 with the goal of providing our clients a sophisticated yet attainable design vision. For each project, we tailor a unique solution that addresses both a client’s specific needs and the unique qualities of each location upon which we build.Read More →