Monday, 26 October 2009
Deptford Update is an exhibition of architecture, landscape, art and urban design work, including drawings and models. The exhibition is accompanied by a programme of events showcasing emerging public realm and development projects in Deptford and North Lewisham.
Part of the gallery is being set up as a meeting room available free of charge to local organisations. Events planned include a heritage walk, design workshops, a two day design charrette lead by Creative Process building on the successful charrette event from June 2008 and design crits for architecture students working in the area.
The exhibition is intended to invite debate on the design ambitions for the area amongst the local community, key players from the private and public sector and designers involved in shaping London’s public realm.
Posted by CJ at 22:07
Sunday, 25 October 2009
Saturday, 24 October 2009
Sunday, 18 October 2009
Saturday, 17 October 2009
goodbye wafflemaker an everything must go self made websiteKettles Yard is an amazing archive of objects in cambridge - this was an exhibition of objects to do with materials being used in alternative ways by artists this might be useful as a model of association... strong graphic identityhere with environments and the sale there off - fun spanish officewho have an friendly approach to selling their projects.... architecture led thinking books with a bold simplicity toward content - archive of publicinstallation works from around the globe - LEGO hasits own construction boutique... war game designed by guy debord - situationsist objects specially designed and sold with the game... all about context with these eruption vases remember to photograph the process as you go along - you cant go backwards for the portfolio... interesting link archive of objects sold on ebay - the fetishised object crafted leather shoes photographed well on a simple website - branding of baggu bags with clear alternatives and deviations... greyworld installationas a part of big art on 4 - objects / bodies with notation on - this is sarahs supermarket it changes regularly as she sells the stuff - similar to baggu - this is happy socks clear cataloging and labelling - roni horn produces quality objects and they become site specific because of their context / reflections - the only record is the photograph... these guys [pictured] sell the object and associated experience - very simple.
Posted by CP at 23:18
Wednesday, 14 October 2009
Monday, 12 October 2009
this is a small shop in great titchfield street in london - they sell props for selling - labels, haberdashery, jewelry displays, boxes and bags ... you name it they probably have it... just dont go overboard... remember all this stuff has a meaning... morplan website
Posted by CP at 14:37
Wednesday, 7 October 2009
Tuesday, 6 October 2009
Sunday, 4 October 2009
Max Lamb - casting and earthbound productsJoesph beuys 7000 oaks project scattered across the globe as a productwireframe human scale installations William Hundley tiny architectures made from left over materialsTom Merrell Jacob Dahlgren MOMA elastic mind exhibitiongallery of knotsrandom objectsKatie Holten pahomann Kiosk Kisok everyday objects from around the worldsuper intelligent artifacts and materialscut out and keep projectsclean photographs of objects and installationsRon Resch geometriesAntonia lowNoguchi Museum and archiveGallery of venini glass by Carlo ScarpaParallel to Buckminster Fuller - geometries and objects Anneke JakobsFaceted kindlingIntense architectural jewelry
Posted by CP at 20:45
Saturday, 3 October 2009
Jaime Lerner's 'urban revolution' successfully transformed a congested, grimy, crime-ridden city into a world-renowned model of green living and social innovation. His talk will focus on the role cities play in contemporary society, shown through case studies, enhancing the meaning of design both in structuring urban growth and in the development project of a city, a state, a country. He will also address the key issue of mobility – stressing the importance of public transportation and discuss how sustainability and identity are vital areas for intervention.
RIBA LINK FOR TICKETS - RIBA STUDENTS GET CONC!
Posted by CP at 15:01