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Trude
Pin Coat
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La Funsel
new colours
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Langer Max
Tagedieb
Siebenschläfer/Tagedieb Shelf
Rechenbeispiel Storage With Drawer
Spross
Offer
Magnetique
Rechenbeispiel Hooks
Yak
Strammer Max
Rechenbeispiel Hook Rail
Paul & Paula
Rechenbeispiel Hat Rack
Rechenbeispiel Key Holder
Liesmichl
Pin Coat Base
Pin Coat Rods
Musikstapler
Rechenbeispiel Children Coat Rack
Seiltänzer Table
ES
Der kleine Lehner
Abgemahnt
Rechenbeispiel Memo Board
Seat Pad for Pressed Chair
FNP X Individual
So oder So
Klopstock
Kant Monitor Panel
Hut ab
Egon
Kampenwand Table
Tagedieb Stacking bed
Klopstock Drawer
Rosi Lamp
New
Minimato side table
Buchstabler extension
Musikstabler extension
Kläffer
Rechenbeispiel Mirror Board
Pin Coat Pin LED
New
Bruto
FNP 4
Egal Individual
Kampenwand Bench With Backrest
K1 Storage System - Individual
K1 Sideboard - Individual
Kampenwand Bench
Spanoto
Kant
Kant Bureau
Spanoto Black
Spanoto Drawer (single)
Lodelei
Viktor
Spanoto Drawer (double)
Viktoria
Schrankone
Gespanntes Regal
Seiltänzer Coffee Table
Taurus

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smow Song Contest 2019

...Chemnitz - Marianne Brandt: Leonard Cohen - So Long Marianne One of Bauhaus Dessau's more productive protagonists, and one of those who, arguably, best understood the responsibilities of the new world of "industrial design", in retrospect Marianne Brandt's war time decision to return to her native Chemnitz may have been a mistake...

Bauhaus. Textiles and Graphics @ Kunstsammlungen, Chemnitz

...Textiles and Graphics the Kunstsammlungen Chemnitz explore the work undertaken in the Bauhaus weaving workshops, some of the institutions' principle protagonists and their place in wider considerations of inter-War weaving... 2 And which in doing so helps explain in much more detail, as a, figurative, inlay weave, the processes and conceptual thinking that underlies much of the work; that far from being simply patterns, simply textiles, works such as those on show in Chemnitz represent deliberate, considered artistic acts, acts based on the understanding that a textile, as Gunta Stölzl argues, "is always an object of service", yet objects defined not only by their purpose but also their composition, including the properties of the material, the nature of the weave, the pattern and "the colour, increased or weakened through lustre or dullness"3 And despite the age of the works, the reduced lighting in the Kunstsammlungen's exhibition rooms perfectly underscoring the fragility and temporality of textiles, the colours, lustrous and dull, remain not only prominent, but their intention and function are still very present, can still be explored, questioned, admired and enjoyed...

New textile worlds in a creative context – Potential technical, intelligent textiles + smart materials at Wasserschloß Klaffenbach, Chemnitz

...Cycling is considered in a couple of further projects including Chemnitz based Pi-Rope's polyester wheel spokes and Leipzig based Tex-Lock's textile bicycle lock, a product which neatly demonstrates how new materials allow for new formal and functional aspects of everyday objects, and, just as importantly, how the new can be playful and engaging as well as technical; while in terms of winter sports New textile worlds in a creative context features projects such as the Silbaerg snowboards developed, as previously discussed in these dispatches, in Chemnitz and at/in close cooperation with the city's Technical University, and a synthetic ice rink/skiing mat developed and marketed by a Mr Snow from Chemnitz... Similarly all the featured academic institutions are from, more or less, Sachsen, including the Technical University Chemnitz, Vitruvus Hochschule Leipzig, and the Angewandte Kunst Schneeberg, while from (slightly) further afield one finds students and staff from Burg Giebichenstein Halle and the Design and Experimental Material Research and Textile and Surface Design departments at the Weißensee Kunsthochschule Berlin, KHB...

5 New Architecture & Design Exhibitions for March 2019

...Our five recommendations for new exhibitions opening in March 2019 can be found in Frankfurt, Brussels, Chemnitz, London and Magdeburg... Collection de collectionneurs opens at Musée Horta, 25 rue Américaine,
 1060 Brussels on Friday March 15th and runs until Sunday June 30th "New textile worlds in a creative context - Potential technical, intelligent textiles + smart materials" at Wasserschloß Klaffenbach, Chemnitz, Germany One of the most important impulses not just for architecture and design but for society is new materials...

#campustour 2018: Unikate 7, Handwerkskammer Chemnitz, Germany

...Odd as it may be to consider today, in the course of the 19th century and throughout the first decades of the 20th century, the German town of Chemnitz was one of the most important locations in central Europe for heavy and mechanical engineering, and thereby an important motor on the highway from craft to industrial production, supplying as it did the machines, infrastructure and ideas to enable that transfer... The importance of Chemnitz in the 19th century can perhaps be best gauged by the fact that the city, for all in the person of then Oberbürgermeister Dr...

smow Blog Interview: Patrick Frey - I find it unashamed that the furniture industry isn't prepared to pay young designers a discretionary payment for developing a project

...A graduate of the Hochschule Hannover, a city in which he continues to live and work, Patrick Frey has realised projects across a range of genres and for clients as varied as, and amongst many others, Nils Holger Moormann, Authentics, Sommerhouse Piu, Bree and Richard Lampert...

smow Blog Interview: Klaus Hackl - Designing isn't an artistic, pseudo-genial, process but rather is based on a practical understanding and observation of daily life

...Klaus Hackl's first solo commercial product, the Gibus laundry basket for Magis, was quickly followed by projects for and with manufacturers as varied as, and amongst many others, Nils Holger Moormann, Werkraum Bregenzerwald and Lifebridge Medizintechnik, with whom he developed the Lifebridge B2T mobile cardiopulmonary bypass system...


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