How Saint-Etienne launched a Collective Humancitizens Office of StEtienne Experimentations (C.H.O.S.E) Saint-Etienne distinguishes itself by its design laboratory approach where some local actors develop their own actions and methodologies in order to question urban issues and to transform the city with its inhabitants.
The “Glass is Tomorrow” exhibition was mounted at Nationalmuseum Design from 17 June to 23 August 2015.
The exhibition featured a selection of pieces from the various workshops, presented thematically by manufacturing method.
With Nasza Polska (translating as ‘our Poland), Pro Materia and TLmag brought contemporary Polish design into the spotlight. After an extensive tour in Warsaw, Cmielow, Lodz, Poznan, Wroclaw, Krakow and Szumin,
TF Carries Metal Work Further
Innovation takes shape in furniture, creative projects, cities and their users
In this second edition of TF magazine, you will find a series of articles and interviews with our customers,
An Artistic Category Open to Experimentation
‘Rugged’ and ‘weathered’ is how Norway’s natural anthem characterises the country. the climate is harsh, and before oil made the inhabitants rich, their lifestyle was marked by austerity.
7 – 12 July 2013
Boda Glassbruk (SE)
Designers: Dina Baïtassova, Nathalie Dewez, Matti Klenell, Pia Wüstenberg, Camille Roger
Glass Blowers: Simon Kashmir Holm, Eino Mäkelä, Fredrik Nielsen, Vanessa Royant, Jeremy Wintrebert
Partners: The Glass Factory
In the 1960s and 70s Boda teamed up with life and creativity.
8-14 September 2013
Domaine de Boisbuchet (FR)
Designers: Flavie Audi, Claire Baldeck, Jeanne Gautier, Steve Gibbs, Paul Haigh, Stéphane Halmaï-Voisard, David Hanauer
Glassblowers: George Kennard, Amy Kruger, Verena Schatz, Carl Siglin,
Designers: Alfredo Häberli, Lucie Koldova, Cecilie Manz, Rony Plesl, Tadeáš Podracký, Hubert Verstraeten, Heikki Viinikainen, Dan Yeffet
Glassblowers: Antoine Brodin, Róisín de Buitléar, Matteo Gonet, S
ara Hulkkonen, Iittala Blowers,
Designers: Werner Aisslinger, Lena Bergström, Tim Brauns, Tina Bunyaprasit, Sebastien Cordoleani,
Verena Gompf, Sebastian Herkner, Studio Brichet-Ziegler – Pierre Brichet & Caroline Ziegler, Studio Olgoj Chorchoj – Michal Froněk &
Designers: Mark Braun, Paweł Grobelny, Norayr Khachatryan, Adrian Rovero, Studio Monsieur –Romain Diroux & Manon Leblanc, Sema Topaloglu
Glassblowers: Róisín Buitléar, CIAV Blowers, Christophe Genard, Sébastien Maurer, Jean-Marc Schilt
Meisenthal has long been know as the cradle of Art Nouveau glass and the glassworks that enabled
Emile Gallé as well as René Lalique to revolutionise the glass industry.