Hermann is one the recent graduates from the Royal College of Art in London to watch. Awesome projects. www.hermanntrebsche.com
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BY JONAS BERGFELDT & DAN MCCORMICK
@ VOL 66
ON OCT 28, 2009
Swedish Style x PechaKuchaNight 04 Sweden LOVES Japan: A special Tokyo Design Week PechaKucha to celebrate 10 years of Swedish Style in Japan. www.nopicnic.com No Picnic is a successful industrial design company that has grown from 2 to 50 since the start in 1993. Their latest product "Pacemaker" is revolutionizing the world of DJ-ing.
Forming an Industrial Utopia
BY MICHAEL BERNSTEIN
@ VOL 4
ON NOV 21, 2013
Michael Bernstein interprets "Utopia" in his own way, and uses these ideas to fuel green projects. He originally created designs for mobile green spaces, and he especially enjoys utilizing cheap industrial materials like polytarps in his work.
Design: Right Brain, Left Brain, or Somewhere in the Middle?
BY CHRISTOPHER GREGORY
@ VOL 1
ON MAY 14, 2015
Christopher Gregory, an industrial designer shares his thoughts on how different mindframes guide design work, and how a wholistic, balanced perspective can help create meaning in our lives. What will you create?
La Subtile : Industrial French Flair!
BY LA SUBTILE ICILABA CRÉATION
@ VOL 10
ON JUL 01, 2015
Antoine Baubau is cofounder of the brand La Subtile with 3 other thirty-years old men from Rennes, Britanny, France.
La Subtile is the meeting of four complementary interests with one shared ambition and infinite energy, uniting their collective goal of taking an active part in the world of today and tomorrow and of living intensely.
La Subtile choreographs contemporary objects that come to fruition in the brand's creative inspiration and specific interests. La Subtile is helping to reinvent industrial creativity with a French style by stimulating the local economic dynamism. Through a family photography, Antoine expose the genesis and the spirit of the project.
The Detroit Industrial Adaptive Reuse Initiative
BY MARTA GAZDA-AUSKALNIS
@ VOL 35
ON MAY 10, 2018
The Detroit Industrial Adaptive Reuse Initiative is dedicated to identifying positively impactful strategies for Detroit’s vacant and underutilized industrial spaces. Alicia Adams + Marta Gazda’s 8-month effort is focused on developing thoughtful, innovative, and inclusive strategies for the reutilization for nearly 6 square miles of underutilized space for workforce, sustainable systems, recreation, and community support.