The Ray chair by Lera Moiseeva has an intriguing profile
Lera Moiseeva's "Ray" chair certainly has an eye-catching profile! The Russian designer will officially introduce her new chair during the "Naturalist show" (attempting to "capture Nature into an artifact") at the Stockholm Light & Furniture Fair, in the Greenhouse section. "The higher a stem of a plant reaches to the light, the deeper its roots grow into the ground. The nature of this chair works according to the same principle; the legs of the chair work as roots, that give life to the stable and firm seat. The Ray chair is made from tubular steel and can be used indoor and outdoor.
Butiken Republiken, Stockholm
Butiken Republiken is a newly started design boutique and showroom in Stockholm. Their first exhibition, “To the Wild”, our will open as part of Stockholm Design Week and will continue to the end of February. “To the Wild” will display the Polygo lamp kits created by designer Jakob Uhlin. Workshops will be held, enabling visitors to play with the sculptural Polygo building kits and imagine your own lamps (see pictures: "Hills and Valleys", above, and "Sierpinski", below, pendant lights made from the kit designed by Jakob Uhlin).
Kartell Goes Sottsass: A Tribute to Memphis
After its debut in Milan, the Kartell Goes Sottsass collection, with never-before-seen products by design icon Ettore Sottsass, was exhibited during the M&O trade fair in Paris (22-26 January). Imagined in 2004 for Kartell but never produced, the collection includes four vases, three tabouret stools and one lamp. Chairs, sofas and futons created by designers Piero Lissoni, Philippe Starck and Patricia Urquiola for Kartell were given a new twist thanks to a collaboration with Memphis Group members like Nathalie du Pasquier and George Sowden to design new Memphis-inspired fabrics, in vivid colors, bold prints, geometric patterns. Alaso seen at imm Cologne, the special showcase will continue onto the Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair in February.
In No Particular Order II, Dutch Design Week 2015
During Dutch Design Week (17–25 October 2015), Creative Industries Fund NL will organize the exhibition In No Particular Order for the second time, showcasing work by 38 up-and-coming designers (fashion, product & graphic design, architecture…). The curator, Agata Jaworska, uses 38 different perspectives and projects to "provide insight into a new generation of designers". Besides showcasing their work, this year Jaworska uncovers underlying mechanisms and structures as well. (…)