Saturday, 30 July 2011

DMY International Design Festival Berlin 2011

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At the yearly DMY International Design Festival Berlin both renowned and young, experimental designers launch new products, prototypes and foresighted projects. 
This is very small sample of what you could see on DMY.

Italian-born designer Salvatore Franzese presented his works his 'procreation' lamp, 'conceived' chair and table lamp.

Israel-based studio kulla design presented new table lamps called '50% sawdust'. They use heat to transform wooden sawdust and plastic bags into a new composite.

The 'm. bench' is an ottoman created by grupo bondi, an argentinian design studio. Made out of cement, this seat uses a patented technology to produce what appears to be a plush ottoman.

Dutch designer Jeannine Van Erk of bel+bo presented 'cocon malade' and 'boule malade. These  lampshade styles are created by hand from custom-dyed medical bandages.

Swedish design duo Mattias Rask and Tor Palm of glimpt with the support of Vietnamese furniture company UMA created the stools series. The stools have an internal metal frame in which rolls of dried seagrass are wrapped to create the structural form of the stools.

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