Vondom Newsletter February 2013: Interview for Russian TV in Paris

25 February, 2013

In occasion of the fair Maison & Object in January 2013, the Russian TV 360
 did an interview with Jose Albinana, the managing director, and Prospero Risiglione, the sales manager, Vondom.

Please have a look at www.360.ru with Russian subtitle.

 

 

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Moooi Newsletter February 2013: Shortlist Announcement: Frame Moooi Award 2013

20 February, 2013

Shortlist Announcement
Juror Jana Scholze Reveals the Top 10 Designs

Frame and Moooi are excited to announce the ten finalists for the year’s biggest interior design award.

This year, the Frame Moooi Award received 861 submissions from a total of 71 countries. The finalists were selected by juror Jana Scholze, Curator of Contemporary Furniture at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum. The selection process was anonymous: Scholze did not know the names or nationalities of the designs she reviewed.

In alphabetical order, here are the top ten finalists:
  • BBC North Atrium Pods – Seating by ID:SR / Sheppard Robson
  • Espacio Fundaci?on Telefo?nica – Seating by Quanto Arquitectura
  • Impulsive Furnishing Unit – Furniture set by Christian Fiebig / Itay Ohaly / Thomas Vailly
  • Lightweeds/UMNH Salt Lake City – Wall display by Studio Simon Heijdens Ltd
  • Social 01 – Furniture set by i29 interior architects
  • Socialization Spaces – Table by Menendez y Gamonal Arquitectos SLP
  • Spaceship HEART - Madrid – Installation/Stool by Collective Paper Aesthetics
  • Studio mk27 hq – Table by Studio mk27
  • Tumble Seed – Stool by Carmela Bogman
  • Zementa – Lamp by Pakamoko (Patrick Kaczmarek / Moritz Koehn) 

 

BBC North Atrium Pods
by ID:SR / Sheppard Robson

These steel-clad pods were designed for the office of the British Broadcasting Corporation in Salford, England. Catered for use as individual booths and as a gathering place, they fit into office corridors, converting unused spaces into workplace hubs.

Espacio Fundacíon Telefónica
by Quanto Arquitectura

Tucked into Madrid’s Gran Vía and inspired by Greek and Roman amphitheatres, this double-use seating unit provides conference-style seating while also folding down to create a continuous wooden bench.

Impulsive Furnishing Unit
by Christian Fiebig / Itay Ohaly / Thomas Vailly

Created to furnish the lounge area of the C-Fabriek exhibition at Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven, Netherlands,which emphasized the means of production in design, the designers used a CNC machine on a plywood pallet to produce a range of bright furniture that can be flat packed and easily assembled.

Lightweeds / UMNH Salt Lake City
by Studio Simon Heijdens Ltd

Settled in the lobby of the Utah Museum of Natural History, USA, this interactive light project brings nature inside. Reacting to data from environmental sensors located outside, plants grow, move and behave as their real counterparts would – and visitors help pollinate by moving ‘seeds’ from wall to wall.

Social 01
by i29 interior architects

For this social workplace in Delft, Netherlands, i29 interior architects created a range of chairs, tables and carpets that are both serious and colourful. Set against a grey background, ‘islands’ of activity are arranged through red, green and blue furnishings.

Socialization Spaces
by Menendez y Gamonal Arquitectos SLP

Designed to encourage students to interact, this table for the Milan campus of Oviedo University, Spain, was inspired by Gruyère cheese and a painting palette. The curving design creates nooks and spaces where students can study and brainstorm.

Spaceship HEART – Madrid
by Collective Paper Aesthetics

Formed out of cardboard blocks, this ‘spaceship’ formed a public installation in Madrid, Spain.The hand- made blocks, which were assembled using neither glue or tools, double as kids-size stools

Studio mk27 hq
by Studio mk27

For their office in Sao Paolo, Brazil, Studio mk27 expanded onto their terrace by creating a large ceramic-tiled table for meetings.The lengthy table was designed around hand-painted blue tiles by artist Calu Fortes that draw on Portuguese, Japanese and English influences.

Tumble Seed
by Carmela Bogman

For a pension administration company in The Hague, Netherlands, Carmela Bogman created free-floating stools crafted from aluminium and wood. Based on the shape of a seed, these stools require the sitter’s balance and concentration.

Zementa
by Pakamoko (Patrick Kaczmarek / Moritz Koehn)

Produced for a ‘slow food’ restaurant in Germany, Pakamoko’s apparently soft, pillowy lamps are formed from an unexpected material: concrete.The lamps were left with a raw and unvarnished look, and formed in individual moulds.

Jana Scholze will personally award the winner, who will receive a €25,000 grand prize, on Wednesday April 10 during the Salone del Mobile in Milan. The ceremony and VIP cocktail will be held at Area 56 (via Savona 56) and is by invitation only.


An exhibition on the 10 shortlisted projects will be available throughout the entire week of the Salone on artistic, informative panels at via Savona 56. A panel discussion will take place following the ceremony, on Thursday 11 April at via Savona 56, from 13:00 - 14:00. The panel will include, Jana Scholze, Curator of Contemporary Furniture at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum, Robert Thiemann, editor in chief of Frame, and special design and architecture related personalities.

 

click here for the complete press release

For imagery, interviews with the nominees, winner, and the award initiators please contact: Laura Ramos Bello - Kluit / Moooi / laura@moooi.com!
 
 

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Tom Dixon Newsletter February 2013: New Etch Light Web Stainless Steel has arrived at Tom Dixon

19 February, 2013

February 2013 Newsletter | www.tomdixon.net

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Form Bowl Set


Part of our existing Eclectic by Tom Dixon collection, Form Bowls are a nest of five delicate dishes.Each one sculpted from a fine sheet of brass and finished with a warm gold wash. Much needed sophisticated glamour for the pared down modern table setting, Form Bowls are available in a large or small version.

 

Etch Light Web Stainless Steel

 

Etch Light Web Stainless Steel is a vast 60cm-wide shade with an extreme-shine polished finish and an unusual open structure, designed to cast atmospheric angular shadows when lit. The enormous globe made from stainless steel gives a remarkable shineand a jewel-like  quality as external light is reflected off the mirrored surface.

 

 

 

Maison et Objet, Paris


Earlier this year we travelled to  Paris to launchour new Eclectic by Tom Dixon collection at Maison et Objet. The new pieces which are tobe launched later in the year were showcased alongside our current collection. For a preview of some of the new products and to view ourspace at Maison et Objet, click here. 

Stockholm Furniture Fair

 

Events

Singapore & Australasia Tour

XTRA in Singapore:
20th February

Dedece in Sydney:
21st - 22nd February

ECC in Auckland:
25th February

Simon James in Auckland:
26th February


20th - 26th February

MOST - Milan Design Week
Via Olona, 6b
20123 Milano,
Italy
9th - 14th April

 


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Bringing Luminosity to the Stockholm Furniture Fair, we launched our latest  Etch Light Web Stainless Steel alongside our new upholstered, space-age, furniture object Drum Stool. Fresh from Maison & Objet in Paris, we also presented our new Eclectic by Tom Dixon collection.

 

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Northern Lighting Newsletter February 2013: Retailer Info Letter

19 February, 2013

Retailer Info Letter - February 2013

 

 


  

 

 

 

 

 

Goodbye Stockholm

It was wonderful to see new faces and familiar ones return

 

 

to visit us at our Nordic Wood stand in the Stockholm Furniture Fair 2013

 

 

 

 

To those of you that came by, thanks a lot for the visit! 

 

Welcome new mood lamps

  Northern Lighting presented the novelty lamps: Bake me a cake; Butterfly in heat-treated copper; Plank in dark Kebony pine wood; Spiff and Acorn, during the Stockholm fair. We were also happy to launch the Norwegian Forest collection, by Catherine Kullberg, as part of our collection for the first time. Read more about our complete mood lamp collection here.

Iconic Butterfly in new wrapping

 The Butterfly lamp,  designed by Sven 1.Dysthe in 1964, is now available in heart-treated copper. Each lamp is unique by virtue of its heat-treated copper composition, which adds depth and warmth to this small iconic lamp, taking on  adifferent pattern  and structure on each pice. The surface radiates a warm glow to ward up the winter blues. The new lamp made its way to the spot light in Stockholm. Read more about Butterfly here. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Updated price lists

 Our general price lists are now updated with the latest novelties.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If for any reason you did not receive the latest updates,

please email us here to get an electronic copy.

Book your trip to Milan

Northern Lighting brings our mood lamp collection to Milan this year between the 9th to the 14th of April. Come and meet our team and enjoy the Nordic feeling with us, as we introduce you to our latest novelties. We will be exhibiting both at the Salone and Euroluce pavillions in Milan.

More information to follow soon.

Stock Update: February 2013

Bake me a cake will be available from April 2013. Evergreen black is currently out of production and the following products will be available in March: Seed, heat-treated copper Butterfly, Big Mama, Groggy White, Acorn, Spiff and Plank.

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0182 Oslo, Norway

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