Making prototypes as a part of the creative process has become a lot more accessible during recent years. Allowing to see as early in the design process as possible a 3D outcome is a great advantage. It enables more iterations and improvements to the finished product.
What’s next for design was asked from Jonathan Ive, the famous Apple Senior Vice President of Design; probably the most influential designer of the world at the moment. The interview was part of London Design Museum’s 25 year anniversary celebrations. Continue reading
The V&A museum in London is presenting a fantastic collection of new products designed by emerging talent called a Wish List. Ideas for the products have come from ten masters, the big names in design at the moment.
A panel discussion during London Design Festival took place about a hot topic for many heritage brands: How to manage the Design Legacy? The discussion was held between Paula Day (daughter of Robin and Lucienne Day), Paul Newman from Case Furniture and design historian Charlotte Fiell, Continue reading
“Lot of people look but not see.” Paul Smith
I’ve been told that Paul Smith is a very nice man. It is easy to believe walking through the exhibition Hello My Name is Paul Smith at the Design Museum. His spirit of warmth, humour and wit comes strongly across from the exhibition. Continue reading
Alessi exhibition at V&A museum presents the industrial process and craftmanship on a large scale production
Alberto Alessi was in London last week to give a unique presentation about his company entitled ALESSI Made in Crusinallo. The Beauty and the Mastery. It was a retrospective view into the history of Alessi and a real insight into the birth and evolution the brand DNA. Continue reading
This year’s Finland’s Young Designer of the Year Prize goes to Mari Isopahkala and Iina Vuorivirta. The Young Designer of the Year Prize was instituted in 2000 and is now being awarded for the twelfth time. Continue reading