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Collective Paper Aesthetics in Designersblock London 2009

In Civic Game, Product Applications on September 19, 2009 at 9:45 am

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Christmas Forest in Macef Milano

In Product Applications on September 4, 2009 at 10:16 pm

Christmas Forest has been selected for the official  MADE IN MACEF International Competition of the Macef edition  that will be held in Milan from 4th to 7th September.

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Christmas Forest is a modular lighting system, made out of print errors/ paper scrap. The system made in 3 different scales small, medium and large which can click one to another, accommodate one each other, or diffuse in the field. Christmas Forest can be configured to basic polyhedral as pyramid and sphere, or create ones own variation.

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Everyone can play Italian designer to use not in Christmas only.

For more information about MACEF http://www.macef.it/

Copenhagen SHOWHOW August 2009

In Civic Game on September 4, 2009 at 9:20 pm

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Collective Paper Aesthetics in Copenhagen SHOWHOW
Location: HAL-D, 95A Strandgade, København K
Opening hours: 28 August – 6 September, 10:00-18:00
Installation and limited edition for sale in DDC SHOWHOW shop

You are welcome to visit Collective Paper Aesthetics in Copenhagen SHOWHOW this week. SHOWHOW is Copenhagen Design Week’s showcase for new, innovative and sustainable design. With concrete and competentcsolutions, Danish and international design shows the way to a sustainable future.

…On the contrary to a Blanc reference point this project is starting with a print error or print test. Simply take a tour around the room in your mind, fold and un-fold it, puzzle it and frame your special moments. The known and the unknown are visualized from one same yet different pre-cycled building block. Everyone can play.

COPENHAGEN SHOWHOW is sponsored by City of Copenhagen, The Culture and Leisure Administration. Thanks to Frederikke Aagaard, exhibition manager, Lizett Winberg Roneklindt and the enthusiastic friendly DDC team, as well as to Mr. Torsten Herbst from f-hagemann.de for the laser engraver system, and Dan Orian to Israel ministry of foreign affairs.

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