I′ve met a lot people last week during milan design week. I also had the chance to do a drawn interview with ronan bouroullec, shay and yeal from raw edges, pieke bergmans, piet hein eek and some more.
I travelled with the bus from milan back to maastricht, nl. when I got off the bus I had to walk home in the rain. unfortunatly my bag isn′t that waterproof. all drawings got wet. after 2 days of little frustrations about this misfortune I′ve decided to publish them anyway. I mean, it happend and I can′t change it…
‘remeditate’ is inspired by the medical world – this is a series of items by italian studio ctrlzak at the salonesatellite.
rotterdam-based studio makkink & bey has launched ‘house of furniture parts’ for droog. it is a cnc cutted house with walls of furniture parts which come out and can be easily assembled. a house for everybody who has enough space in their livingroom : )
milan 2009 /
‘mat, satiné, brilliant’ – the installation of belgium-based fashion designer martin margiela. he recreated his parisian atelier in a large space at zona tortona. beautiful!
milan 2009 /
its sunday and I just got back from the milan design week.
unfortunately I couldn’t find an internet connection in milan. so no posts the whole week. but now I have enough content for the next few months.
here is a little preview from my spontaneous top 3 from last week.
and when I say top 3, I talk about the whole thing: exhibition, presentation, idea, products..
1 – design miami/ fendi present craft punk
design performances by designers at spazio fendi
2 – ‘mat, satiné, brilliant’ by belgium-based fashion designer
maison martin margiela at zona tortona
3 – prophets and penitents by damn magazine, showing chairs in prototype form at the oratorio della passione, a 15th century hall
and you know what, I will stay there the whole week. yeah
– salone di mobile 2009
this picture is taken by my ex-roommate nika rams.
she took one of the zona tortona signs ‘accidentally’ with her in 2007
another design from amsterdam-based aldo bakker – when I look at the low table I ask myself if it could go any lower …
low table, japanese urushi lacquer by mariko nishide
side table, japanese urushi lacquer by mariko nishide
– work in progress
amsterdam-based designer aldo bakker and a range of porcelain tableware for frans ottink at the superstories design triennale in hasselt, belgium.
vinegar flask, 2008
milk can, 2005
salt cellar, 2006