31 may. 2010

Brit Insurance Designs of the Year 2010 (part 1)






Parcs by PearsonLloyd


What looks like a homey interior is the cubical of the future. Creativity and productivity within team work need new enviroment in offices where people spend most of their day. This varied working and communication landscape, with references to Malinesse togunas and American dinners, offers many opportunities to brainstorm or socialise.

By Thomas Geisler



Hope Chandelier by Francisco Gomez Paz and Paolo Rizzatto


Light and easy to assemble, this project reinterprets the typology of chandelier with sophisticated technologies and contemporary materials. A series of polycarbonate Fresnel lenses, created using imprinted microprims on polycarbonate film to achieve a dioptric effect similar to glass, multiply the light from the light source (...)

By Francesca Picchi





Extrusions by Heatherwick Studio


Thomas Heatherwick's relentless innovation has always made his work always stand out (...) While the benches might please a few of the collectors, for the rest of us it is how the aluminium extrusion technology might be used to create architectural cladding or mass seating that really matters.

By Caroline Roux

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