gren light chandelier by Gunnar Søren Petersen (Photo © Alex Kueper)

In our recent review of contemporary Berlin creativity we noted that one of the problems increasingly being faced by Berlin

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Manifesto. Works by Students and Graduates of the Studio of Glass in Prague at the Kunstgewerbemuseum, Dresden, Germany

As old Mother Goose, allegedly, once claimed: Thirty days hath September, and the following five enticing new design and architecture

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Sigurd-Larsen Sorte Hus Copenhagen

As we noted in our recent review of contemporary creativity in Berlin, the creative landscape in the German capital is

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rescue station on Binz Beach by Ulrich Müther (completed 1968)

The so-called “Teepott” on the promenade at Warnemünde on Germany’s Baltic See coast is a rare and precious construction. Not

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Universität der Künste Berlin Rundgang 2015 TEA43 by Dennis Nguyen

It is probably fair to say that over the years and decades the Universität der Künste Berlin, UdK Berlin, has

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DMY Berlin 2015: H20 - Tea by induction by Marta Suslow

“Fancy a cup of tea?” “Oh, yes please! Thank you!” “OK, I’ll put the kettle on” “Troglodyte” Boiling water for

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DMY Berlin 2015: FS Modular Shelving System by Philipp Beisheim

There is little in this world that brings us more pleasure than a good modular shelving system. We know that

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Klein's Lamp by Lucien Dubuis

Customs are a form of social regulation. Love them or loath them customs allow us to form connections, to find

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DMY Berlin 2015: Splitting Wood by Bastian Austermann

The first thing any carpentry apprentice does is build their own wooden toolbox. It makes sense. You’re learning to work

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Fish Futures by Martí Guixé, as seen at Pet Market, Galerie erstererster, Berlin

Much as we adore our pets they can be troublesome. Be it the cat the refuses to move from your

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DMY Berlin 2015 The Shrinking Office Project by Roy Yin

As we have often noted in these pages, a combination of increasing automation, advancing technology, the changing nature of industry

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Structural Skin New material by Jorge Penades, as seen at DMY Berlin 2015

When making biscuits, after having cut out the required shapes you invariably have a lot of dough left over, dough

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In context of DMY 2015 the Berlin/Beijing based cultural exchange association Migrant Birds are presenting the exhibition Modern Fossils, a

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BLOW vases by Ruben der Kinderen, as seen at Contemporary Creation Processes in Design at DAD Galerie Berlin

As we believe we’ve said before, and assume we will repeat in the future, contemporary Dutch design is largely, though

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Mark Braun Metro NOMOS Glashütte

On Thursday June 11th the 2015 DMY International Design Festival opens its doors to the public, and Berlin will once

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KraftwerkBerlin_Ebene0_c-Fineartberlin

As previously reported, the company DMY Berlin GmbH & Co. KG, who for the past decade or so has run

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bauhaus re use @ Bauhaus Archive Berlin

Given that Bauhaus is often perceived as having been an incubator for the creative talents of the 1920s, it is

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URBAN LIVING - Strategies for the Future at the Deutsches Architektur Zentrum DAZ, Berlin

How can the urban environment be improved with new housing? Which spatial constellations foster interaction? Which strategies reduce costs but

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Tools for A Break Korean Crafts and Design at Orangelab Berlin Seo Jeong Hwa

Shium is the many ways the Korean antipode to our modern world: Shium is decelerate, rest, relax, pause, reflect, slow

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Globe Project by Floris Wubben, as seen at DAD Berlin by Floris Wubben, as seen at DAD Berlin

Floris Wubben is a rare and precious being. Floris Wubben is a contemporary Dutch designer who didn’t study at Design

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CUCULA Refugees Company for Crafts and Design Werkbundarchiv Museum der Dinge Berlin

When Italian designer/design theologian Enzo Mari released his Autoprogettazione family of self build furniture in 1974 he did so with

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Bauhaus Archiv Berlin Sammlung Bauhaus Werner Jackson puppets

Following the necessary disruption of their permanent exhibition to accommodate the recently ended exhibition Sensing the Future: László Moholy-Nagy, die

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With ever more of our fellow train passengers displaying acute symptoms of over exposure to cheap Glühwein it can only

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Such was the quality of the new products we saw during our autumn tour they kept us going well into

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……and continued over Budapest and on to Berlin – where amongst other delights we partook of the exhibitions Sensing the

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