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event|added Mar 27, 2018

Fashion My Religion! - 10th #FASHIONCLASH Festival

 

FASHIONCLASH presents Fashion My Religion! the 10th edition of the international & interdisciplinary fashion festival in Maastricht. During this three-day festival over more than 100 emerging designers and (performing)artists from all over the world get the opportunity to show their work to a diverse, international audience. The program contains fashion
shows, theatre and dance performances, awards and in context of the theme and 10th anniversary a 3-day program The Route will be curated: an inspiring pilgrimage past exhibitions, fashion talks, performances in the fashion city of Maastricht.
Specially for this edition several theme related projects will be presented such as ‘God is a Woman’ project, KOORKAPPEN Project (choir robes project), ICONS project and CLASH Project. In this projects designers and artists are invited to create new work and express their visions on ‘Fashion My Religion’.

The overarching theme of the festival is “Fashion My Religion!” (read ‘fashion’ as a verb), addressing one of the most current themes of the moment: religion. In particular pointing out to faith in relation to gender, sartorial matters and lifestyle. FASHIONCLASH challenges participants and visitors to investigate, expose or break through existing religious traditions and taboos through fashion. An apple to activism that hopefully inspires a new generation of fashion makers and fashion lovers to fulfill their own role within the society as meaningfully as possible. “Fashion My Religion!” places the designers, the industry and the audience in a clashing field; fashion vs religion or in other words, modernity and tradition. Can we rethink the way we see the values, norms and rules related to religions and create a more inclusive world, without proclaiming a value about religion?

 

product|added Mar 26, 2018 0 rating 3.01 / 5  |  33013 votes

Nino Garden Gnome

 

The Nino project has just been launched, thanks to the collaboration between the Roman company Plato Design and the designer Pellegrino Cucciniello. The project investigates, with a touch of irony, how language and imagery can overturn the perception of a kitsch icon, the garden gnome, giving it a new and well-deserved dignity.

Designer: Pellegrino Cucciniello (Italy)
Manufacturer: Plato Design (Italy)
Material: concrete
Colours: white, pink, grey

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event|added Mar 24, 2018

International Eyewear Design Contest 2018

 

The application phase for the 3rd issue of the International Eyewear Design Contest, organized by OWP Brillen, is starting now. The contest is geared toward university-level students in programs of study that emphasize creativity or graduates who have completed. We are looking for young product designers, who think differently and challenge themselves, and would like to provide them a platform for themselves and their designs. A jury of designers of different special fields – including Alfredo Häberli – will select three winning concepts that convince by the choice of materials, wearability, manufacturability and functionality. The international winner projects will be presented at the largest optical trade fairs in Germany and abroad. Detailed information under www.designcontest.owp.de

The OWP Brillen company has created glasses collections of international quality ever since its establishment in 1947. A total 75 percent of our production is designated for export. We have our own subsidiaries in Germany, France, Austria, the Netherlands and the US, as well as sales representatives in 42 countries worldwide.

To continuously accommodate our international orientation, we make substantial investments in product development, technology, logistics and service. In this way we can always respond to the needs of diverse markets and target groups.

Our well-balanced portfolio of our own two, well established, private labels OWP and Metropolitan and the brand Mexx ensure the successful sales of our collections. OWP is therefore considered one of the top suppliers in the industry today, and has earned its reputation among opticians throughout the world as a creative, highly innovative company.

 

product|added Mar 19, 2018 0 rating 3.01 / 5  |  46818 votes

FREE LOVE bedding

 

free Love is a new HOP Design project, which is known for the production of high-quality bedding in toned colors. This time designers focused on bedding with an original pattern.

The pattern shows a subtle reference to physical love, which is beautiful and has many faces. Thanks to this, we can see how personal the sphere of every human being is. The project is directed to modern, tolerant and conscious people.

Designer: Magda Pawlas, Dominika Wysoglad (Poland)
Manufacturer: HOP DESIGN (Poland)
Material: 100% cotton
Colours: white, pale pink, cobalt
Price: 89 EURO

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product|added Mar 16, 2018 0 rating 3.01 / 5  |  55384 votes

Entrée tableware collection by Atelier Macramè

 

is turned into charming mini-worlds. Entrée, the collection of tableware accessories from Laura Calligari, founder of the Italian design studio Atelier Macramè, become unexpected architectures inhabited by miniature men and women who carry out actions of daily life. In this photo project by Allegra Fregosi Coen Gialli, Entrée elements are turned into futuristic architectures, skating rings, or little city markets. Made of turned wood and ceramic, Entrée is available in white and yellow colour options with golden enamel trim.

Designer: Laura Calligari (Italy)
Manufacturer: Laura Calligari (Italy)
Inspired By: French
Material: ceramics and wood
Colours: white, yellow and turquoise

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product|added Mar 16, 2018 0 rating 3.01 / 5  |  55512 votes

Foscarini's gorgeous displays at Armory Show 2018

 

For this year's edition of the Armory Show, Foscarini collaborated with Hotel Americano to furnish three pop-up lounges at the Armory Show. Inspired by Enrique Norten’s Hotel Amerciano in nearby Chelsea, the VIP lounges featured some of Foscarini’s most iconic and artistic lamps over vibrant blue and yellow backdrops, as oppose to white walls commonly seen in galleries. As the lines blur between art and design, Foscarini’s sponsorship found a synergy with the show’s scope and audience.

Designer: Foscarini (Italy)

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product|added Mar 15, 2018 0 rating 3.01 / 5  |  55978 votes

Shiba Reception Desk by Nüvist

 

The work focuses on using minimal lines and forms to design very simple product. So we decided to use only lines to create a non solid form. Motion of curvy sketch lines transform into dynamic simple geometry of a fluid form. Soft curve lines balance together to explore the relationship between ergonomic usage and aesthetic design.

Designer: Nüvist, Ltd. (Turkey)
Dimension: 255x125x125 cm

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product|added Mar 07, 2018 0 rating 3.01 / 5  |  60271 votes

SPIDER

 

The approach into the design for this object was primarily driven by the motivation to develop a formal vocabulary, that would prompt a user to engage with the history of an old chair and embrace its original forms and functions that had been translated into an entirely new type of furniture - a lamp, named SPIDER. [...]

Designer: Anja Sopic (Germany)
Material: metal, wood, chrome, fabric
Colours: white, black, blue
Dimension: 73x42x42cm

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product|added Mar 06, 2018 0 rating 3.01 / 5  |  60496 votes

Panel Light

 

Panel light is one of the results of our experimentations in optimising 3D printing. These parts were designed with different structures and geometries to add properties like stiffness, flexibility, deformability or an interesting aesthetical quality to the parts. In search of a possible and a suitable application, for us being product designers, the subject lighting fixtures emerged. Panel light is on display at the MCBW in Munich as part of the VICIS exhibition (March 3rd-11th).

Designer: WertelOberfell (Germany)
Material: Japanese Silk Paper, PLA, 3D Printing

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event|added Mar 05, 2018

3D Pioneers Challenge 2018

 

The unique 3D Pioneers Challenge covers a range of verticals and is aimed at designers who are breaking new ground in the field of 3D printing, taking into account the complete value-added system of additive technologies and who understand the key trends in the industry.

International, top-class, interbranch Jury
First-class partners

Verticals: Design, Digital, Architecture, Material, FashionTech, MedTech, Mobility

Die challenge adresses already for the third time specialists that are thinking outside the box - pushing boundaries!

The Challenge seeks to uncover specialists from around the world who are thinking outside the box and - pushing boundaries.

3D Printing supports a range of new technologies and visions. Combining several different manufacturing methods creates innovation. We are standing at the edge of a new digital era of speed, fusion of human and environment, Industrial Internet Consortium and smart factories up to artificial intelligence. The opportunities seem to be unlimited – already today in our everyday life robotic is as imaginable as fashion that reacts towards its environment.
Additive manufacturing technologies give the chance to go forward future and help visions to take shape.

Prizes

Prize money 15.000 Euro
Exhibition at Rapid.Tech + FabCon 3.D in Erfurt (5.–7. June 2018)
Award ceremony at gala evening in Erfurt
Roadshow at international faire and events

Further prizes will be awarded by our partners: MakerBotEMEA hands for the best student project the MakerBot Replicator Mini+ and designreport offeres online-subscriptions (Englisch or German) for the lucky winners!

Dates 3DPC 2018

October 2017
Start of 3DPC 2018

15th March 2018
Submission deadline

5th-7th June 2018
Exhibition of the finalists at the Rapid.Tech + FabCon 3.D, Messe Erfurt

6th June 2018
Galaevening and award ceremony in Erfurt
After that international roadshow stops

Here you may download the detailed 3DPC Formalities 2018.

Learn more about the challenge here at facebook

 
 
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