In Uncategorized on November 15, 2009 at 12:27 pm
Collective Paper Aesthetics received an Honorable Mention from Seoul Design Competition 2009. “Seoul design competition is an annual global design competition to find design solution ideas and notions…The key role of the Seoul Design Competition 2009 is finding environmental friendly and sustainable design solution ideas for the future of urban planning.” Collective Paper Aesthetics is a civic game in design models; cut & click modular system, made out of scrap paper simply, No need in glue.
Competition was organized by design.seoul.go.kr and seouldesign.or.kr thank you!
In Uncategorized on November 1, 2009 at 10:14 pm
Confusions are a collection of crystals made out of waste paper. Your dreams can come true.
Confusions to be introduced during EuroMold – December 2 – 5, 2009 euromold.com in f-hagemann.com booth
In Uncategorized on October 18, 2009 at 10:20 am
Collective Paper Aesthetics in Designboom Mart_Seoul 2009
Location: Main Stadium, Jamsil Sports Complex, Korea
Friday October 9th till Tuesday October 13th 10.00 – 21.00
Monday October 12th 12 30 Case Study Presentation
As part of the cultural program of the SDO seoul design olympiad 2009, designboom.com collaborates with the city of Seoul to host a group exhibition of international design professionals from around the world.
Collective Paper Aesthetics will display the A4 product’s series titled Toy*, Dust* and Frame* which are under manufacturing in a small quantity and the A3 series titled Christmas Forest* incorporating lighting devices.
The product is protected by international law www.bouma.nl For more details about manufacturing licenses, distributing and pricing Please contact Bob Lenferink at the http://www.maxwellgroup.nl +31 20 6926300
In Uncategorized on October 5, 2009 at 10:24 pm
Towards an associative TOY. Tessellation operated on tringles. October 2009
In Uncategorized on July 9, 2008 at 9:40 pm
Summer 2008 a venue titled ‘Feeling high’, under the umbrella of lfa2008.org, selected Vertical Kibbutz to be exhibited among kpf.com architectural products and others. For the installation I had to come up with design for five square meters, which was challenging task for a ‘paper architect’. Gertjan Willemsen and Xander Gregorowitsch from cabfablab.nl, helped me building a fold un-fold paper model and yadtabenkin.org.il contributed visual documentary material about the kibbutz. Thanks to Richard Cripps urbanspace.com and Sharon harnoy london.mfa.gov.il the work was presented from 16 July – 20 July in Trinity Buoy Wharf, London. Jan van Weijen netherlands-embassy.org.uk, my friends and http://www.containercity.com community were participating that weekend in building a livable model.