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The "Never Too Much" leather bowls are on tour with Etage projects. To see at the CHART Design fair in Copenhagen.
Exhibition: 26 - 28 August 2016
The London Design Biennale will open this September at Somerset House. We show in the Swiss pavilion.
We collaborated with de Cavis, a material manufacturer. Our contribution "Le son est disparu" is surprisingly light and silent.
Exhibition: 7 – 27 September 2016
As companions from the early beginning of the Vienna Design Week, we contributed a Vienna Design Week Edition for the 10 years jubilee!
Exhibition: 30.9 – 9.10.2016
"der Entwurf" are two new wooden tables designed for Salon94.
They will be at Art Basel together with our stools "Too hard to be true". Booth T9 in Hall 2.1
Exhibition: 16 – 19 June 2016
Our first serial production is finished after two year of development!
The ceramic serie "As If" part of the 2016/ project was launched at the Milan funiture fair.
2016/ project involved 16 designers and 10 potteries from Arita, Japan.
Now the Arita House open its doors in Amsterdam. The whole collection and more is shown there.
Opening: 14 May, Arita House, Ruysdaelkade 2-4, Amsterdam
"Arita Porcelain Today" opens at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam on the 12th of April.
Exhibition: 22.4.2016 – 9.10.2016
As guest tutors we taught a workshop at the objectdesign department of the HLSU. It was a collaboration of the students and refugees. The results were directly implemented in the centres. An impression you can get here: Do It together
The solo show "On Off" at Etage projects in Copenhagen is still on.
Exhibition: 15.1.2016 – 11.3.2016
After one year of intensive work on the new boardroom of the ZKB in great collaboration with Shirana Shabazi, Franziska Born, Chris Sandercock & Irja Böhm, is done!
Including the huge conference table, the kitchen, the speaker desk, tables and chairs designed by us!
Our "Dolce Vita Chair" is in the museum now! We are happy and proud.
"Dolce Vita Chair" was selected to be part of the
permanent collection of the Museum für Gestaltung Zurich.