An organically growing structure: plastic modules can be added to each other, so the lighting object can vary in size, from a single format up to a luster.
The intention of the biannual Festival is to put scenography in the conception and design of exhibitions in and around museums into the centre of discussion.
A collective exhibition in the shape of ‘tribute-thanks-transmission’ with a result which lecturers and pupils alike can be proud of.
The Anthropometric Pavilion develops its form language from the symbiosis of the Modulor and the Moebius strip setting a harmonizing bridge between Germany and India.
A range of elements destined to optimize the energy consumption of homes in order to obtain a significant reduction in our carbon footprint, whilst at the same time reducing the electricity bill whilst maintaining maximum comfort.
The Masdar Institute is the first building of its kind to be powered entirely by renewable solar energy.
The new Milo table design by AquiliAlberg takes the advantage of Rotational moulding process for creating a unique one-piece table.
The recharge terminals designed by eliumstudio are the very first concrete proposals made available to the market by Schneider Electric
The design solution for the building exterior is highly original, relying upon motorized door technology adapted from airplane hangars and factory buildings.
Twizy will go on sale in Europe from the end of 2011 at affordable prices similar to those of a three-wheeled scooter
The modern residential volume is completely detached from the old church building and can be regarded as a temporary ‘resident’ of the historical church.
The new Panum complex will have an open and outward-looking appearance, with a transparent ground floor that will help to blur the boundaries between the building and the city.
The Acapulco Chair is inspired by the Mayan weaving technique. It is a Limited Edition item produced as a reinterpretation of 1950s style.
ANCHISES gives visual and physical expression to the themes of aging, salvaged materials, and the role of space in determining the body’s range and potential.
The staircase as a compressed spatial motion element of a former free field.
A bathroom where mutually alternating fragmentary mirror surfaces and lighting fixtures form a jigsaw puzzle of an image and a reflection.
The theatrical array of windows give us sneak previews of the interior inviting us indoors to listen to the sound.
The sculpture is enveloped by a sumptuous glass wrapping, covered with Vuitton’s drawings.