TitleNTU Interior Architecture & Design Summer Show (Nottingham)Date27 May 2022, 4pmLocationARK 011 lAD STUDIO
Nottingham Trent University
TitleProjects, collaborations and conversations in design (lecture)Date25 May 2022, 5pm (Shanghai)LocationZhumu Meeting link: https://lnkd.in/g5bTrZJW
Meeting ID: 638 415 684Description
Expressive Murano glasswork vases, lamps, chairs, coffee services, rugs, handbags, sunglasses: the list of works of Nichetto Studio shows us, without doubt, the multidisciplinary that design can – and maybe should – have. Luca Nichetto will talk about the history of the Studio, from the only one in Venice to the very new one in Stockholm, underlining the importance of collaboration between designer, supplier, maker and user and stressing the aim – or one of the aims – of design of offer anyone, anywhere, a moment of levity.
TitleInterior showcase from UMAGE, Spring Copenhagen, Innermost, Wehlers, EOQ and PilkeDate24-27 May 2022LocationIslington Square, 116 Upper Street, London, N1 1AB
TitleAlvar Aalto Design Seminar 2022Date24-25 May 2022LocationJyväskylä Workers’ Club (Alvar Aalto, 1924-25)/ OnlineDescription
The 9th International Alvar Aalto Design Seminar – BIOSYMBIOSIS 24.-25.5.2022 is, exceptionally this time, an admission-free hybrid seminar open to everyone. If the pandemic situation allows, the event and its accompanying programmes will also be held in front of a live audience at the Jyväskylä Workers’ Club (Alvar Aalto, 1924-25).
The two-day, hybrid format BIOSYMBIOSIS design seminar brings to the discussion top Finnish and international names in bio-based design, some of them presenting their work for the very first time in Finland. The language of the seminar is English.
TitleCeramics: Neverending ArtworksDate24 May 2022, 9.30am - 9pmLocationFlagship Store Iris Ceramica Group, Old Street (61 - 67) London,Description
The exhibition “Ceramics: Neverending Artworks,” is on display until June 3rd in the flagship Store of Iris Ceramica Group London, and is part of the Clerkenwell Design Week. For the occasion, the street artist Camilla Falsini will be the protagonist of a live painting performance curated by YOURBAN2030, with a personal and contemporary interpretation of the style that characterized the “Memphis” movement.
TitleSHU – Interior Architecture & Design exhibitionDate19-27 May 2022LocationHertha Ayrton STEM Centre, Central Campus, Sheffield Hallam University, Howard Street, Sheffield S1 1WB
TitleTransactional UrbanismDate11 May 2022, 5.00 PM Beijing TimeLocationOnline Zhumu Meeting ID 626 583 5304Description
Transactional Urbanism is a protraction of the flat, spiky, decentralised city, expressing the significance and influence of ubiquitous transactional exchanges on the form of the city, It presents the techno-social spatial domains that engender the city – an urban realm that is remote, dispersed yet kinetic and all-pervading.
The lecture will examine the impact of decentralised technologies on the built environment and the consequent emergent techno-spatial architectural and urban conditions catalysed by disruptive distributed systems. Through discussing an emergent body of work, it will present the propositional forces that demonstrably shape the city; focusing on technology – its implementation and imprint – with an aim to establish a relation in the domain of architectural comprehension.
TitleA LABOUR OF LOVE: new design, materials & textilesDate11 May 2022, 5:00 PM (Shanghai)LocationZhumu Meeting link: https://lnkd.in/gTRyHt3s
Meeting ID: 636 403 309Description
Philip Fimmano is a trend analyst, design curator and writer, contributing to Trend Union’s forecasting tools. He is also the co-founder of the World Hope Forum, a mentor of Polimoda’s forecasting and textile masters, and a board member for the International Folk Art Market and all of Gap Inc.’s brands.
Philip is at the forefront of these new makers in contemporary design. Their challenge is to seek the future of responsible production, circular thinking, ethical practice and organic aesthetics, and to shape materials and processes. Ultimately, their conscious philosophies will change our world and guide us towards a better tomorrow.
TitleNew Ways of Production – LectureDate04 May 2022, 5pm (Shanghai, GMT +8)LocationZhumu Meeting ID: 623 438 578Description
The lecture will revolve around Martijn’s achievements as a designer, and how sources of inspiration can trigger design opportunities
Martijn Rigters, Director of the MDes in XJTLU Industrial Design is a Dutch designer, practice-based researcher and design educator based in Suzhou, China.
A graduate of the Royal College of Art, London, Rigters has been working within his professional practice for over 10 years and has collaborated with numerous international institutions companies, galleries and communities.