Mitchell Joachim

Mitchell Joachim, co-founder of Terreform ONE and NYU Associate Professor, is a renowned figure in innovative design and urban planning. His work merges art, science, bio-inspired, and sustainable design, pushing boundaries in urban architecture.Read More →

Transgas, the last excursion (arch. Jan Fišer)

Czech architect Jan Fišer, born in 1944, is renowned for his design innovation and architectural mastery, including the Generali Česká pojišťovna building. He teaches architecture, continues a family legacy in the field, and co-authored “Transgas”.
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Limbo Chair designed by Hlynur Atlason

Born in Reykjavik, Hlynur Atlason is an acclaimed industrial designer, best known for his research-driven approach and culturally-informed designs. He runs ATLASON Studio based in New York and teaches at Parsons.Read More →

La Tent Noir designed by Franco Raggi

Franco Raggi, born in 1945, has contributed greatly to the design and architecture fields for over five decades. His designs are celebrated globally, with work showcased in various esteemed institutions. Besides his design work, Raggi has also garnered recognition as a curator and educator.Read More →

S-Tidy Michel Charlot, 2016

Michel Charlot, a key figure in contemporary industrial design, hailing from ECAL, has had international exposure including working with Jasper Morrison Ltd. His designs, characterized by efficiency and elegance, have earned him several awards. He’s also an academic contributing and teaching at ECAL and Tama Art University.Read More →