“Have you ever met a robot?” asks the Vitra Design Museum.
The answer is yes.
The answers to the other 13 questions posed by the exhibition Hello, Robot. Design between Human and Machine are not necessarily so easily answered: but are important for defining our relationship with digital technology.
Following on from the relative inactivity of August September saw us wind back up towards the 2014 autumn design festival
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1989. A year of social, culture and political upheaval whose effects are still being felt today. The Berlin Wall falls. George
Back in 2011 we took umbrage at the fence surrounding the Vitra Campus in Weil am Rhein and so, taking
What with mince pies to be eaten, Glühwein to get drunk and travel plans to misco-ordinate, December is generally a
Visiting the HfG Karlsruhe Sommerloch exhibition was not just a memorable highlight of July 2013 – but also fitting as
The biggest April fool is…. us, for always going to Milan! That said, as ever, we did find a few
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There is an old adage about turning problems into chances, of every cloud having a silver lining, of every thorn
With our trademark “almost too late, but just sneaking in on time” we bring you Prima by Zaha Hadid. Conceived
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In December 2012 Vitrashop, the shop fitting arm of the Vitra Group, and of course the original rock on which
Back in March 2011 we bemoaned the position of the fence surrounding the Vitra production facility in Weil am Rhein,
Last Friday we spent a highly enjoyable – and successful – day at and with Vitra. Texts to follow. We
Some 285 journalists were present for the press preview of Herzog & De Meuron’s new VitraHaus in Weil am Rhein
When we were still young, fit and healthy, towns and cities existed. Just existed. These days in order to exist
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