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Konstantin Grcic

Konstantin Grcic (*1965 Munich/Germany) initially completed a apprentiship as furniture carpenter before going on to study Industrial design at the Royal College of Art in London. Following his graduation he spent 12 months working with Jasper Morrison before establishing his own bureau Konstantin Grcic Industrial Design (KGID) in 1991. His work is typified for all by it's simplicity and clarity of form. By Konstantin Grcic's own admission one of the simplest pieces he has designed is his shelving system ES for Moormann. Grcic's most famous design however is his lamp "Mayday" for which he has collected numerous awards and which belongs to the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

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#officetour Milestones – A chair "just high enough that one can sit half-standing"

...And Konstantin Grcic's 360° stool for Magis, that contemporary re-interpretation of Nelson and Probst's work... And in many regards it is only really in the 21st century that the perch, the half-standing sitting solution has become established in offices, arguably, being popularly revived through works such as, for example, Plint by Kersti Sandin and Lars Bülow for Materia from 2001, or Konstantin Grcic's aforementioned 360° stool for Magis from 2009...

Furnishing the Metaverse.......

...Questions of furnishing the Metaverse, questions of furniture for the Metaverse, which were very much in our minds as we toured Konstantin Grcic...

Konstantin Grcic. New Normals at Haus am Waldsee, Berlin

...With the exhibition New Normals at Haus am Waldsee, Berlin, Konstantin Grcic presents some exceedingly odd things and in doing so invites us all to reflect on the fact that that which is not yet, will one day be... New normal is, yes, very much a term associated with the Covid pandemic; however, as Konstantin Grcic is keen to underscore, New Normals is not a Covid pandemic exhibition, is an exhibition whose development began in the pandemic but at a time when all assumed that by January 2022 the pandemic would be behind us, would be an ex-normal, and is thus an exhibition which has its origins less in the new normal of the face mask or the later flow test as in more general objects and rituals which initially appeared strange, alien, but quickly established themselves as thoroughly normal, Grcic naming examples such as urban surveillance cameras or smartphones...

5 New Architecture & Design Exhibitions for January 2022

..."Konstantin Grcic... In context of New Normals Konstantin Grcic promises an array of speculative future objects and scenarios, or more accurately, and assuming we've correctly understood, which as ever isn't necessarily the case, promises an array of his own objects as if developed in a speculative future rather in that actual past in which they were developed, and which as a collection of installations should...

The Historia Supellexalis: "G" for Grcic

Grcic A Konstantin; A Nurturing; A Reduction There are a great many legends surrounding the origins of Grcic, and while many are centred around the regions today known as München and Wuppertal, the more plausible appears to be that Grcic arose in the days of...

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