MEMORIES OF A FLOWER MEADOW by Studio B. Severin

Studio B. Severin’s approach to design starts from a deep cultural and anthropological research, followed by a process of developing objects that aim to answer several sociological questions. This French-German duo of Birgit Severin and Guillaume Neu-Rinaudo aims to create ‘narrative objects that reflect about past and present while opening up to alternative futures’. MEMORIES…

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Thalita Hamaoui | A BORDA DO MUNDO at Galeria NAVE

Thalita Hamaoui presents her first solo exhibition in Lisbon, at Galeria NAVE. ‘A BORDA DO MUNDO’ is a series of artistic works expressing the diversity of Thalita Hamaoui’s world through pictorial expressions of plant life, opposing organic forms to rigid style geometry, ‘transporting us to a tropical baroque’, as curator Mercedes Cerón mentions. This exhibition…

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WASTELAND series by Annelie Grimwade

Working on ceramics and glass in a multidisciplinary practice, Annelie Grimwade Olofsson explores the borderline between control and self-governed forms. In WASTELAND project, the Swedish designer questions material innovation and investigates the waste of industrial byproducts. This series of sculptures encapsulate toxic byproducts in porcelain, glaze, and glass, underlining the threats and potentials of waste…

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Self Generating Forms by George William Bell

George William Bell’s work is defined by constant research and innovation of materials, and stands on the fine line between art, crafts and design. Combining glassmaking techniques in non-traditional formats and deconstructed forms, George William Bell’s work highlights a clear balance between the skill of the artisanal will and the autonomous expressions of materiality. Self…

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Plant Fever Exhibition at CID Grand-Hornu, Belgium

Plant Fever is a new exhibition curated and coordinated by studio d-o-t-s (Laura Drouet and Olivier Lacrouts) and produced by the CID au Grand-Hornu in Belgium. This exhibition suggests a paradigm shift when looking at the future of design, proposing a new plant-based, Phyto-centered perspective, rather than a human-centered design. Understanding the hidden potential of…

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