Within the framework of mastery and detail, interior architects and furniture makers will be presented this year in an inspiring sparkling presentation according to the PechaKucha concept.
The work of Studio Lens ° Ass architects testifies simultaneously a strong conceptual approach and a mastery of the chosen materials. The “everyday” is raised by an intensive interaction with matter, in detail, with spaciousness, where the boundaries are scanned clearly. It will be a lecture with great stories about small and intense projects.
Häberli succeeds in unifying tradition and innovation, joy and energy in his designs and his work is strongly influenced by his early youth in Argentina as well as his curiosity and studies in daily life.
Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec are linked by their quest for perfection, while the challenge to work together for these two very different personalities is very big. They have an experimental approach, which is crucial for their creative work.
Their young oeuvre example of craftsmanship and maximum spatial impact. In their renovations and custom furniture they combine tactility, experiment and surprising use of color.
The projects of Studio Mumbai arise after much descussion and take shape through a process of ‘learning by making’. Ideas are tested in material studies, models and sketches.
“Thoughtful and disciplined, with a genuine spirit and poetry.” The two Breton brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, quickly became world famous with their groundbreaking design proposals.
The experiment in architecture is primordal for Greg Lynn. This American utopian thinking architect shows a multitude of computer-generated forms based on principles of modern physics, biology and mathematics.
While international trends with roots in the last century are aimed at optimal expression of the skin, Lens determines a different relationship to the surrounding reality.
Designer and architect Marcel Breuer (1902-1981) can be counted among the most important and influential designers of the twentieth century. – An exhibition in the CIVA in Brussels.