Dezeen Platform: in the last of our series of movies filmed with Dezeen Platform exhibitors, Royal College of Art graduate Pia Wüstenberg presents her pieces made from processed paper, which include pendant lamps and a folding table with paper vases for legs. More »
Dezeen Platform: in this movie Royal College of Art graduate Sarah Colson presents her Portrait Machine, an interactive tool which allows her to create layered portraits using a sheet of glass, acetate and a distortion lens, which we filmed during our micro-exhibition Dezeen Platform at Dezeen Space. Read the full story here. More »
Dezeen Platform: Canadian designer Eric Cheung of AT.AW. presents his range of Orphans Plush toys in this movie we filmed at our micro-exhibition Dezeen Platform at Dezeen Space. The stuffed toys evolved from an earlier mass produced street-art series called The Orphans. Read the full story here. More »
Dezeen Platform: Dutch designers Merel Sloother, Liat Azulay and Pieter Frank de Jong talk about their prototype for a bicycle that plays records on its wheels as you ride, in this movie that we filmed at our micro-exhibition Dezeen Platform.
Dezeen Platform: in this interview filmed at Dezeen Space, London designers JAILmake Studio talk about their Brick Replacement Service, which turned seeds and soil into bricks during a day at our micro-exhibition Dezeen Platform. More »
Dezeen Platform: in this movie filmed at Dezeen Space, Viennese designer Thomas Feichtner talks about One Crystal Chandelier and Drawing Lamp, the two lighting designs he exhibited as part of our micro-exhibition Dezeen Platform. The first is a chandelier with a single crystal, while the second is a task lamp that can be balanced in two different positions. Read more about this project here »
Dezeen Platform: in this interview filmed at Dezeen Space, Milan designer Denis Guidone talks about two of the watch prototypes he presented at our micro-exhibition Dezeen Platform: Sometimes, which is now available at Dezeen Watch Store and at our Christmas shop The Temporium, and Remember, which is due to be released next year. More »
Dezeen Space was open from 17 September to 16 October and hosted our latest Dezeen Watch Store pop-up, the launch of our new Dezeen Book of Ideas, specially commissioned sculptures by Dominic Wilcox, a new product launch by Paul Cocksedge, the Dezeen Lounge furnished by Ligne Roset and a micro-exhibition that changed every day.
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