Année

    Résultats: 791

    hori:zon

    Maasberg

    30.11.2009

    With hori:zon the German manuafcturer presents a new sunblind system which is special for its variety in height and width. The PCM garment provides an active thermal insulation.

    Plus

    Hunting

    Nora Schmidt

    25.11.2009

    In the course of this year's Design Days in Geneva up-market dealer Teo Jakob Tagliabue invited guests to a very special exhibition at his showrooms.

    Plus

    Beneath the Surface

    Alexander Horne

    23.11.2009

    Scandinavian design brings to mind Finns, Swedes and Danish names that could be as prominent in the history books as todays names are on rapidly updated online blogs and publications. But, what of Norwegian design and what about some names.

    Plus

    Charlotte Posenenske

    Susanne Junker

    23.11.2009

    Charlotte Poseneske is a German artist who created minimalist and performance-like sculptures and reliefs in the 60s.

    Plus

    Material Vision 2009

    Sebastian Bäthies

    22.11.2009

    Innovative materials for designers, architects and product developers

    Plus

    High Alpine buildings – modern day witch houses

    Susanne Fritz

    04.11.2009

    Life threatening conditions, abode of trolls and witches:.The Alpine inhabitants of the Middle Ages avoided the mighty peaks and icy heights of the high Alpine regions. Nowadays they are accessible for tourism.

    Plus

    Transit Shopping

    Susanne Fritz

    29.09.2009

    The retail industry is going through a difficult time and has been complaining about stagnation in its customer base. The big shopping malls are competing with each other to attract shoppers.

    Plus

    Intuitive Interaction

    Nora Schmidt

    29.09.2009

    Interaction with sensory user interfaces – computers, automats, mobile phones – has become part of our everyday life.

    Plus

    Media Façade

    Susanne Fritz

    28.09.2009

    Architecture tends to use media facades more and more as a stylistic feature. What used to be applied to facades after construction more in the way of a blemish is now part of the planning process.

    Plus

    "It's all about the performance"

    Nora Schmidt

    23.09.2009

    As with many other architects the design is being strongly influenced. You literally speak of architects' design.

    Plus

    Contemporary Slovak Architecture 1989 – 2009 in ...

    Architonic

    17.09.2009

    Contemporary Slovak architecture has multiple layers of values and generations. In spite of the many annual prizes and awards, there are only a few exceptional architectural works.

    Plus

    "Reduction is the key word"

    Nora Schmidt

    28.08.2009

    Meanwhile osko+deichman have impressed a number of prestigious manufacturers with their reduced and minimalist designs. We met them at their studio in Berlin.

    Plus

    90 Years Bauhaus

    Nils Becker

    25.08.2009

    Exactly 90 years ago Weimar saw the foundation of the institution which more than any other influenced the architecture, design and art of the twentieth century.

    Plus

    Vienna Design Week 2009

    Architonic

    20.08.2009

    Vom 1. bis 11. Oktober zieht die dritte Vienna Design Week erneut Stars der internationalen Designszene und vielversprechende Newcomer nach Wien.

    Plus

    'Modell Bauhaus'

    Architonic

    18.08.2009

    Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin, Stiftung Bauhaus Dessau and Klassik Stiftung Weimar present a combined exhibition.

    Plus

    Parque Biblioteca España

    NoéMie Schwaller

    10.08.2009

    In areas of urban underprivilege and unrest, libraries can improve the quality of life. Based on the urban development model of Chicago, a library park has now sprung up in Medellín, the second-biggest city in Columbia.

    Plus

    Peter Cook: On Lines and Shadows

    David Sokol

    05.08.2009

    Peter Cook is a Washington, DC–based principal of Davis Brody Bond Aedas

    Plus

    Architecture &

    Architonic

    29.07.2009

    Founded in 2009 by the School of Arts, Culture and Environment at the University of Edinburgh the Journal Architecture & provides a platform for innovative ideas in design and research practices.

    Plus

    Feeling Felt

    Nils Becker

    28.07.2009

    Felt is a material which is experiencing a renaissance. Not just in fashion but nowadays also in product design and architecture, more and more creative spirits are exploiting the potential of this material.

    Plus

    3form case studies

    NoéMie Schwaller

    20.07.2009

    Refurbishing the Alice Tully Hall (built 1969) in the Licoln Center, New York, presented a unique challenge for the U.S. company 3form.

    Plus

    Icograda World Design Congress Beijing 2009

    Architonic

    17.07.2009

    Hosted by the Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA), the biennial Icograda World Design Congress will be held in Beijing, China for the first time.

    Plus

    Herning Museum of Contemporary Art

    NoéMie Schwaller

    15.07.2009

    Herning Museum of Contemporary Art will open to the public on September 9, 2009 uniting three distinct cultural institutions: the Herning Center of the Arts, the MidWest Ensemble and the Socle du Monde.

    Plus

    Sara Sheth: Weaving Vision and Elbow Grease

    David Sokol

    14.07.2009

    In a post-Milan jaunt we meet Sara Sheth, an in-house designer for the textile manufacturer Maharam

    Plus

    Camouflage Couture

    NoéMie Schwaller

    14.07.2009

    Nina Levett's patterns and ornaments are based on conceptual, humorous ideas, her work is based on experiments with surfaces and materials.

    Plus

    Eight Linked Towers

    Architonic

    11.07.2009

    Best Tall Building 2009 in the Asia and Australia category by the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat

    Plus

    Tape installation

    Line Numme

    09.07.2009

    A theater set-design concept by For Use / Numen presented at the gallery of HDD in Zagreb.

    Plus

    A walk through history

    Architonic

    25.06.2009

    The proposal for the Macedonia Fight Museum by the Swedish architects Joakim Kaminsky and Fredrik Kjellgren consists of a chronological walk through Macedonian history, covered in the soft light filtrated by Macedonian marble.

    Plus

    155 Cumberland

    NoéMie Schwaller

    23.06.2009

    For 155 Cumberland Quadrangle Architects Limited deservedly won the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada’s (RAIC) Award of Excellence for Innovation in Architecture.

    Plus

    Architonic on Position 3 of the 'Most Popular ...

    ArchDaily

    11.06.2009

    ArchDaily, one of the most relevant online architecture magazines, recently published their second 'YAMoPo Architecture Sites' ranking. We are flattered and proud to be ranked as the third most popular architecture site this time.

    Plus

    Garth Roberts: On His Own Terms

    David Sokol

    09.06.2009

    Garth Roberts runs his product design studio, garth, from Milan, Berlin, and (sometimes) New York

    Plus

    Colour therapy

    NoéMie Schwaller

    09.06.2009

    Ever since the indiscriminate granting of sub-prime loans led to a crisis on the US housing market the new fascination for colour has spread to the private home. In times of difficulty the trend towards excessive use of colour has always tended to

    Plus

    Interviews Milano and Euroluce 2009

    Nora Schmidt

    12.05.2009

    Plus

    The Bauhaus comes from Weimar

    Klassik Stiftung Weimar

    11.05.2009

    Klassik Stiftung Weimar celebrates the 90th birthday of the founding of the Bauhaus

    Plus

    Haus K. in O. (House K. in O.)

    Susanne Junker

    11.05.2009

    Eine Villa von Martin Elsaesser für Philipp F. Reemtsma .(A villa by Martin Elsaesser for Philipp F. Reemtsma)

    Plus

    Economic crisis – disaster or opportunity?

    Dr. phil. Friederike Mehlau Wiebking

    07.05.2009

    We have not experienced a crisis of this magnitude since 'Black Friday' in 1929, when the stock market crash rocked the world economy. However, times of recession do not necessarily mean stagnation. In the field of public investment they instead

    Plus

    Datenbank zum Anfassen

    Sebastian Bäthies

    07.05.2009

    Ein Archiv spezieller Art wurde jüngst mit dem Materialarchiv ins Leben gerufen. Das Materialarchiv ist eine Symbiose aus Online-Datenbank und einer Materialsammlung zum Anfassen als auch des haptischen Erlebens von Werkstoffen.

    Plus

    Grand Pari(s)

    NoéMie Schwaller

    06.05.2009

    “We have to think big”, said President Sarkozy on 30 April 2009 at the opening of the exhibition at the Palais de Chaillot, where ten of thirty-seven future models for the re-design of Paris are on display.

    Plus

    Carchitecture

    Susanne Fritz

    04.05.2009

    The big car manufacturers have recently discovered an effective marketing instrument in a new kind of corporate architecture: large museums and car collection centres built right next to the production plant, where the customer can experienced an

    Plus

    Cool & Fresh 2009

    Line Numme

    02.05.2009

    This year it was easier to find your way round Salone Satellite than last year, for the very good reason that the really good things were relatively easy to identify.

    Plus

    Selected novelties from the Salone del Mobile Milano

    NoéMie Schwaller

    29.04.2009

    See our first selection of novelties from this year´s Salone del Mobile. More will follow.

    Plus

    Milano....2009

    Nils Becker

    28.04.2009

    Report from the Salone Internazionale del Mobile fair and the Milan Design Week

    Plus

    Trends Salone del Mobile Milano 2009

    Nils Becker

    28.04.2009

    At times of crisis many manufacturers go back to basics, and the design principle of the "super normal" propagated by Naoto Fukasawa and Jasper Morisson has become the answer for products when times are hard.

    Plus

    Urban Swiss Design: Glattalbahn Zurich

    Dr. phil. Friederike Mehlau Wiebking

    28.04.2009

    Architonic Series 'Investment Stimulus for Public Projects', Article 1

    Plus

    Festival of temporary architecture?

    NoéMie Schwaller

    28.04.2009

    Whereas on previous occasions Milan always proved to be a festival of temporary architecture, this year we had to look hard for innovative concepts.

    Plus

    Unsung America - Bruce Fifield: Fanny-tastic

    David Sokol

    22.04.2009

    “The first two minutes of a person’s interaction with a chair are incredibly important to how a person judges that chair and compares it to other products on the marketplace.”

    Plus

    Cahill Center for Astronomy and Astrophysics

    Nora Schmidt

    17.04.2009

    The Center was designed by the Californian firm of architects Morphosis and named after its generous sponsor Charles H. Cahill, who helped finance a large share of the 50 million dollar building.

    Plus

    Gandia Blasco Announces the 4th Outdoor Furniture contest

    Gandia Blasco

    17.04.2009

    The object of this year’s contest, aimed at students and young design professionals, is the design of a parasol, pergola or pergola system.

    Plus

    Grand Stand 2

    Susanne Junker

    10.04.2009

    Even the most spectacular trade fair stand disappears again as fast as it was set up and remains only an ephemeral memory. However this two-volume photographic record, the result of a cooperation between publishers Frame and Gestalten Verlag.

    Plus

    ORDOS 100 #34

    Architonic

    10.04.2009

    The program: a house. Our concept: universal need for shelter. Solution: a void.

    Plus

    Supernova

    Nora Schmidt

    06.04.2009

    Mike Meiré presents Dornbrachts novelties at this year´s ISH

    Plus

    The UAE Pavilion at Shanghai Expo 2010 breaks ground

    Foster + Partners

    03.04.2009

    Drawing inspiration from the form of a sand dune, the pavilion is a reference to this symbolic feature of the desert landscape shared by each of the seven emirates.

    Plus

    Cult

    Susanne Junker

    03.04.2009

    Produkte, die Geschichte schrieben (Products which have made history)

    Plus

    The Matchbox strikes

    Architonic

    01.04.2009

    Granted aesthetic planning permission in Amsterdam North, The Matchbox is a blend of artistic, creative and commercial spaces tailored to suit this artistic quarter.

    Plus

    Award winners Fries & Zumbühl

    Line Numme

    01.04.2009

    Kevin Fries and Jakob Zumbühl are the proud winners of three 'iF product design awards' and 'reddot design awards'

    Plus

    ISH Frankfurt/Main 2009

    Nora Schmidt

    31.03.2009

    Video-interviews from the world’s leading trade fair for bathroom- , building-, energy-, air-conditioning Technology and Renewable Energies

    Plus

    Sanitary fixtures as furniture, taps as sculptural objects

    Nils Becker

    30.03.2009

    Even though for 50 years it has been one of the world's leading trade fairs for the building industry, at first glance all the things which nowadays lie behind the three letters ISH are not immediately obvious.

    Plus

    Habitat Machines

    Nora Schmidt

    26.03.2009

    Science fiction – the world after its destruction in the year 2347. This could be a rough description of the first impression created by the photo-montages of the Canadian artist Dave Trautrimas.

    Plus

    Interieur / Exterieur

    NoéMie Schwaller

    24.03.2009

    Nya Nordiska, a leading international textile company based in Dannenberg, North Germany, whose early stages were strongly influenced by Scandinavian design, recently received a highly unusual enquiry from the Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg.

    Plus

    Freedom of Form

    Nora Schmidt

    23.03.2009

    Plus

    The new materiality of shadows

    Susanne Fritz

    23.03.2009

    For hundreds of years artists and architects have been fascinated by cast shadows and perspective – the two shaping factors of spatial representation. Today the direct control of production machinery by means of digital design tools imparts an

    Plus

    The Five Favourites - Part 2

    NoéMie Schwaller

    23.03.2009

    «My five favourite things at the Stockholm Furniture Fair» - selected by Fredrik Färg

    Plus

    Hundredstensunits

    Line Numme

    18.03.2009

    The result of the continuing creative dialogue between three english designers is a range of beautiful products which are characterised by a distinctive sense for materials and proportions.

    Plus

    sweet hope

    NoéMie Schwaller

    18.03.2009

    Sweet Hope is a curtain fabric, designed by the acclaimed Japanese designer Akira Minagawa. Ideal for offices, it offers superb heat and light regulation properties.

    Plus

    "Designers become unlimited"

    Nora Schmidt

    18.03.2009

    The Danes Poul Christiansen and Boris Berlin have been working together as Komplot Design for more than twenty years now. With their many and varied designs, which are characterised by cutting-edge and in many cases experimental production processes,

    Plus

    Herzog & de Meuron 1997 - 2001

    Susanne Junker

    17.03.2009

    From being known only to insiders Herzog & de Meuron have become megastars, and their awards include the 2001 Pritzker Preis and the 2007 Praemium Imperiale. Volume 4 of their complete work has now been published and covers the years 1997 to

    Plus

    Escape Hill

    Architonic

    17.03.2009

    The controversial Tsunami Museum in Aceh will come to represent a fitting place for reflection but at its opening last week a row over the 700 families still to be re-housed overshadowed the event.

    Plus

    Maine Journal: Outward Bound

    David Sokol

    12.03.2009

    Some parting thoughts about Maine, and the road trip to come

    Plus

    schmidt hammer lassen architects to build largest library in ...

    SHL Architects

    09.03.2009

    Scandinavia's largest public library will be realized on the waterfront of Aarhus in western Denmark

    Plus

    Housing moves on

    Susanne Junker

    06.03.2009

    Starting with the concept of 'individual design for living', what forms, themes and tendencies determine the parameters for today's housing design?

    Plus

    Lost Space found - Architecture with a Story

    NoéMie Schwaller

    05.03.2009

    How can you translate literature into architecture – and how is architecture manifested in literature?

    Plus

    News from the Greenhouse

    Line Numme

    05.03.2009

    Selected novelties from the Stockholm Furniture Fair 2009, Part II

    Plus

    Box of Tricks

    Architonic

    03.03.2009

    It looks like open space, but behind movable walls, this tiny apartment holds surprises.

    Plus

    Opening MUMUTH

    NoéMie Schwaller

    02.03.2009

    "It should be possible not just to hear the music but also to see it." - Ben van Berkel

    Plus

    The Five Favourites

    NoéMie Schwaller

    01.03.2009

    «My five favourite things at the Stockholm Furniture Fair» - selected by Thomas Bernstand

    Plus

    MADE expo 2009

    Sebastian Bäthies

    25.02.2009

    We are familiar with Milan as a major centre for design during the Salone del Mobile. However, we also wanted to know how MADE expo, which specialises in products for the construction industry, is developing as a counterpart to Munich's BAU.

    Plus

    Landhäuser in Berlin (Berlin residences) 1933-1945

    Susanne Junker

    23.02.2009

    Die Bauwerke und Kunstdenkmäler von Berlin (Berlin's architectural works and artistic monuments)

    Plus

    "Mondays with Papst"

    Nora Schmidt

    23.02.2009

    On 16 February 2009 the "Mondays with Papst" exhibition opened in the old boiler house on the Wilkhahn site in Bad Münder.

    Plus

    Fitting Forward

    NoéMie Schwaller

    23.02.2009

    Fitting Forward is a new Hamburg concept store, in which Bitten Stetter and Jutta Südbeck cheekily show what is normally reported in hushed tones and where overall social design processes are reflected.

    Plus

    9th Andreu World's International Design Competition

    Architonic

    19.02.2009

    All design students or designers can take part of this edition, without age limitation.

    Plus

    Never Ending Winter

    NoéMie Schwaller

    19.02.2009

    At the moment design lovers have no choice but to look out of their carefully styled living rooms at their snow-covered balconies full of uninspired furniture and other articles from the local DIY store.

    Plus

    Materiology

    Susanne Junker

    17.02.2009

    This is an exciting and stimulating book which is both an enjoyable read and a detailed and accurate work of reference!

    Plus

    Le Corbusier’s Cabanon

    Cassina

    11.02.2009

    The Royal Institute of British Architects and Cassina present the exhibition "Le Corbusier’s Cabanon".

    Plus

    Maine Journal

    David Sokol

    11.02.2009

    No design tour of Maine is complete without a stop in Portland. This tiny city is the largest in the state. Somehow, that’s emblematic: Despite all its efforts to be cosmopolitan, muscular coastline and forests are always nearby.

    Plus

    Black and White is the new Green

    NoéMie Schwaller

    10.02.2009

    When the times are uncertain the simplicity provided by black and white categories acts like a lifeline in a sea of randomness.

    Plus

    Urban Art Photography

    Susanne Junker

    09.02.2009

    At the end of the Eighties Jürgen Große began to document street art in Berlin with his camera. This new large-format illustrated volume contains a selection from twenty years of intensive field research.

    Plus

    The Modulor House

    Nora Schmidt

    09.02.2009

    The Berlin material supplier for architects and designers opens a creative store in Moritzplatz, Kreuzberg

    Plus

    News from the North

    Nora Schmidt

    09.02.2009

    Selected novelties from the Stockholm Furniture Fair 2009, Part I

    Plus

    Dreipunkt in Köln

    Architonic

    04.02.2009

    Dreipunkt has launched its new brand store in the Kranhaus Mitte planned by Bothe Richter Teherani in Cologne.

    Plus

    Silver&Steel

    Création Baumann

    04.02.2009

    On the occasion of the home textiles (Heimtextil) fair in Frankfurt, the Langenthal textile company Création Baumann was awarded the AIT Innovation Prize for textiles for its new »Silver&Steel« collection, which was described as a product of

    Plus

    The fluid Geometries of Water

    NoéMie Schwaller

    04.02.2009

    Leading independent brassware designer, Triflow, has commissioned pre-eminent architect, Zaha Hadid, to explore the capabilities of brassware technology in designing the tap of the future.

    Plus

    Pebble Shapes from Bulo

    BULO

    03.02.2009

    Last year, the Bulo designers developed Kei, a new modular desk concept with the organic form of a pebble serving as the starting point and the chaotic-harmonic overall image of a pebble beach as the architectural finishing point.

    Plus

    «Sex and the City?» In architecture!

    Klaus Leuschel

    01.02.2009

    The world of Madelon Vriesendorp in the Swiss Architecture Museum

    Plus

    In Detail: Materials for Interiors

    Susanne Junker

    30.01.2009

    The latest volume in the prestigious 'Edition Detail' is, as the title suggests, devoted to materials for the interior.

    Plus

    An intermediate space

    Nora Schmidt

    30.01.2009

    At this year's imm cologne Degenhardt presented 'Landed', the prototype of a prefabricated house, in cooperation with Richard Lampert.

    Plus

    Design Talents at the Cologne Design Week 2009

    Line Numme

    29.01.2009

    Selected works from [d3] contest at the imm cologne, Arik Levy´s workshop 'Cologne Guesthouse' and projects from the first 'Designers Fair' at the Rheintriadem.

    Plus

    'Design has to be fun...'

    Line Numme

    29.01.2009

    An interview with the ambitious and talented german designer Sebastian Herkner.

    Plus