Articles tagged People

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A day with Sebastian Herkner

PEOPLE – Starting at 6 a.m., Sebastian Herkner’s insatiable appetite for creativity fuels each new day.

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Jo Nagasaka: What I’ve Learned

PEOPLE – Jo Nagasaka of Schemata Architects reflects on how a lack of real-world training gives him a distinctive edge.

Billboard: Summer Sale 17
Billboard: Summer Sale 17
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The Entertainers: Why Moooi is not a furniture or lighting company, but a design company

OBJECTS – Marcel Wanders explains how Moooi’s new tagline, ‘A Life Extraordinary’, manifests in everything that the brand touches.

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Pernilla Ohrstedt explains her storytelling-centric approach to design

LONDON – London-based Swedish designer Pernilla Ohrstedt has a specific spatial vision. In the architecture, installations and experiences she designs, spaces are seen, sensed and …

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Five Days of Frame #116: Konstantin Grcic talks chairs

PEOPLE – Celebrated in our 20th anniversary issue as one of the 20 creatives defining tomorrow, the ‘Chair Man’ gets in the hot seat in this web exclusive interview.

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Five Days of Frame #116: Yves Béhar reveals his most significant recent work

DESIGN – Web exclusive: selected in issue 116 as one of the 20 creatives defining tomorrow, Yves Béhar shares the importance of three recent projects.

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Our houses are becoming more hybrid, say Werner Aisslinger and Tina Bunyaprasit

FRANKFURT – ‘It’s funny that we use uncomfortable materials like marble tile in the room where you’re naked.’ Studio Aisslinger breaks down design barriers in the bathroom.

Luzinterruptus let a river of books take over vehicular streets in Melbourne, Photo Courtesy Gustavo Sanabria.
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Best of Public Art

Architects, artists and designers are drumming up attention in underutilised public spaces by activating them in clever ways.

Billboard: CFE Goods 3
Billboard: CFE Goods 3
Projekt Dandelion in Poznań.
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Projekt Dandelion

Projekt Dandelion has invaded the streets of Europe, as stickers of people carried by dandelions are plastered to public walls across the continent.

Neil Curtis’ public performance of the series ‘Canvas,’ for which models were painted red, blue and yellow.
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Body Art

Replace Clothes with Paint is not only the name of Neil Curtis’ performance series, but it’s an effective motto for his art, which is based on a colorful exploration of man’s body.

Action In Kibera Slum (Train Passage 1), Kenya (2009).
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From the Ted Prize to Encrages Exhibition

French artist JR lived an intense 2011. In March he was awarded with the prestigious Ted Prize which funds 'a wish to change the world.'

Charles and Ray Eames posing on a Velocette motorcycle in 1948.
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Eames: The architect and the painter

Charles and Ray Eames – two of the most influential figures in the early American design scene – are the main characters in a new documentary devoted to their life and work.