Design Gallery Object Space: 24/7 exhibition in Sydney

In Sydney, you can visit this design exhibition 24/7: design exhibition Object Space is a newly created window gallery located in the window of the Australian Design Centre  Offices on William Street in Darlinghurst. The exhibition space has direct street frontage, is accessible to view 24 hours a day and is lit for viewing at night. 

Studio Job: Monkey Business

Publishing house Skira Rizzoli will release on March 22nd « Studio Job: Monkey Business » . The book is a collective work between designer Job Smeets, who founded Studio Job in 2000 with Nynke Tynagel, Glenn Adamson, Ronald Labaco, respectively director and senior curator at the Museum of Arts and Design, New York, Loic Le Gaillard and Julien Lombrail, principals at Carpenters Workshop Gallery (Paris and London). Blurring the lines between industrial design and art installation, Job Smeets and Nynke Tynagel of Studio Job have vaulted into the top ranks of contemporary design. (…)

Juliette Warmenhoven: Nest Bowls

You may know her from her "Everyday Growing" collection of out-of-this-world pots for plants, exhibited during the Dutch Design Week (DDW). Designer Juliette Warmenhoven's “Nest Bowls” consist of five ceramic bowls that form a nest when placed one into the other. "Using the bowls’ elegance as a starting point, I constantly play with colors, details, heating processes, materials and more – an infinite process." The Amsterdam-based designer has created three different series "from which more and more series will evolve into both limited and standard editions. The Moss collect is a soft colored green. The bowls are gloss glazed on the inside and matte glazed on the outside. The Mint collection was named after its minty celadon green, bowls glazed inside and raw on the outside. Finally, the Burned pigment drawing series: the bowls are unglazed and enriched with a drawing that has a cell or bubble texture, which has been burned into the clay. Each bowl has a character of its own and the composition changes from one series to the following one."