Bjarke Ingels and Simon Frommenwiler create pink Puzzle House

Architects Bjarke Ingels and Simon Frommenwiler have teamed up to create a brightly hued house, which can be taken-apart and rebuilt, as part of 3 Days of Design in Copenhagen, Denmark. The installation is situated in the back garden of Copenhagen’s Swiss embassy, a regular participating venue in 3 Days of Design and organisers of Architecture in Residence – a programme that […]

Senscommon and Uchino Japan launch “self-purifying” charcoal clothing

Tokyo clothing brand Senscommon has collaborated with textiles company Uchino Japan to launch a clothing collection made using activated charcoal. The On Journey collection of minimalist clothing features a T-shirt, shorts, a shirt, a cardigan, a robe and trousers. The pieces have clean silhouettes with pockets and metal detailing. The clothing is made using an active charcoal fibre technology developed […]

New York exhibit An Accelerated Culture celebrates Generation X designers

Works by Heatherwick Studio, Paul Cocksedge and Nendo feature in an exhibition at New York gallery Friedman Benda, which pools together artists and designers from Generation X. The An Accelerated Culture exhibition focuses on the cohort of creatives born between the 1960s and 1980s. The name is a reference to Douglas Coupland’s 1991 novel Generation X: Tales for an Accelerated Culture, which ended […]

Moving Walls’ latest office table doubles up as a wall-hung whiteboard

Swiss company Moving Walls has extended its range of activity-based office furniture with a table that can also be used as a presentation panel for the wall. The Moving Table is an additional element to the company’s on-demand, multifunctional office system, which also includes a moveable magnetic wall, a stool made from recyclable Formfleece and a […]

PearsonLloyd uses as little material as possible on Kin chair collection

London studio PearsonLloyd has unveiled a family of mono-shell seats that are designed to be as simple as possible without losing sturdiness. Characterised by their fluid lines, the Kin collection is made up of plastic chairs and stools that come in eight bold colours. The range is being produced by Allermuir, a brand that PearsonLloyd has collaborated with for 15 years. PearsonLloyd […]

Wallace Sewell recreates Gunta Stölzl’s original Bauhaus dormitory blanket

London design studio Wallace Sewell will reissue the blanket originally designed by the Bauhaus’s head of weaving Gunta Stölzl for its Dessau dormitories. The Prellerhaus blanket – named after the dormitories at the Bauhaus’s Dessau campus – has been recreated by the London textile design studio in its original palette and two new colourways. Originally woven by Gunta Stölzl in […]