Let’s talk design this week, because September is a month of Design Festivals in Brussels, London and Paris. So, what are the most innovative projects from design studios?
NAWA: A City Sculpture by Oskar Zięta
By Rab Messina / The TL Magazine
This summer, Wroclaw’s Daliowa Island welcomed a new inhabitant: NAWA, a large steel sculpture made of 35 welded arches, created by architect Oskar Zięta.
Expandable kids clothing design wins UK James Dyson Award
By Aimée McLaughlin / The Design Week
RCA graduate Ryan Yasin is aiming to tackle the issue of sustainability in the clothing industry with the pleated fabric design, which gradually stretches out as the child wearing it grows.
Art in the Box blog design
By the Art in the Box blog design
Last night Art -in -the-box Camping PL and Cocktail afterwork with all participants of the Arts & Crafts route. Hôtel Be Manos – You can see this crazy Jewelry first time in BELGIUM !
London Design Fair: Crea-Re Studio debut exclusive Papier Mâché lamp collection
By Alexandra Richards / The Design Curial
Crea-Re Studio will be debuting its brand new product, designed especially for London Design Fair, later this month. Papier Mâché Lamps collection is called “Morphe,” they are durable and made from 100 per cent recycled materials. That’s pretty impressive. We caught up with Crea-Re Studios, Marie Fiter, to find out more about it.
From the Contemporary Lynx archives:
OSKAR ZIĘTA. IN SEARCH OF INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY
by Magdalena Anna Zięba
The Wire magazine called his designs “furniture of the future”. By most design lovers, Oskar Zięta is mainly associated with inflatable metal stools in bold colours, resembling shiny baloons.