Tag: Dezeen Screen

Gravity stool by Jólan van der Wiel
wins [D3] Contest at imm cologne


Dezeen Wire:
designer Jólan van der Wiel has won the €3000 first prize in the [D3] Contest for young designers at trade fair imm cologne in Germany for his Gravity Stool shaped by magnets. He showed the machine used to make the pieces at Dezeen Platform in September and you can watch it in action in our movies on Dezeen Screen.

The second prize of €2000 was awarded to Lee Sanghyeok for his Listen to Your Hands Table and the third prize of €1000 went to Marc Bell & Robin Grasby for the Apollo lamp.

Read more about Jólan van der Wiel here and more about Cologne 2012 here.

Shan Valla
at Interiors UK

Shan Valla  at Interiors UK

Dezeen Watch Store and friends: Dezeen Watch Store will be at Interiors UK in Birmingham from 22 January, along with a selection of the most successful designers and brands from our pop-up shop The Temporium. In this first of four interviews with some of the designers, Londoner Shan Valla talks about her new collection of porcelain vessels cast from cut-glass decanters and her bottles cast from found, industrially produced milk bottles. Watch the movie »

Dezeen Platform:
Thomas Feichtner

Dezeen Platform: Thomas Feichtner

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 »

Architecting the Future
at Miami Design District

Architecting the Future at Miami Design District

Norman Foster discusses the significance of two of Buckminster Fuller's most iconic designs in this movie filmed at the Architecting the Future: Buckminster Fuller & Lord Norman Foster exhibition in the Miami Design District. His consideration of the Fly's Eye Dome and the Dymaxion car leads to a description of Fuller's architectural relevance in today's society. More »