Hasta La Ideas https://hastalaideas.com Design, Typography, Ideas Wed, 15 Feb 2017 20:38:24 +0000 en-US hourly 1 115689452 Konstantin Grcic's Table B for BD Barcelona still is an "iconic design" https://hastalaideas.com/konstantin-grcics-table-b-for-bd-barcelona-still-is-an-iconic-design/?pk_campaign=feed&pk_kwd=konstantin-grcics-table-b-for-bd-barcelona-still-is-an-iconic-design https://hastalaideas.com/konstantin-grcics-table-b-for-bd-barcelona-still-is-an-iconic-design/?pk_campaign=feed&pk_kwd=konstantin-grcics-table-b-for-bd-barcelona-still-is-an-iconic-design#respond Wed, 15 Feb 2017 20:38:24 +0000 https://hastalaideas.com/konstantin-grcics-table-b-for-bd-barcelona-still-is-an-iconic-design/ Dezeen promotion: Dezeen has teamed up with design brand BD Barcelona to look back on some of its most successful products – the first being a table designed by Konstantin Grcic in 2009. Grcic’s Table B is part of a collection named Extrusions, which he based on the Hypóstila shelving unit that has been produced […]

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Dezeen promotion: Dezeen has teamed up with design brand BD Barcelona to look back on some of its most successful products – the first being a table designed by Konstantin Grcic in 2009.

Grcic’s Table B is part of a collection named Extrusions, which he based on the Hypóstila shelving unit that has been produced by the brand since 1979.

Konstantin Grcic’s Table B is part of a collection named Extrusions

BD Barcelona’s general manager Jordi Arnau described the table – made from extruded aluminium – as the most iconic design within the collection because of its form and material combinations.

“The most iconic design of the Extrusions collection is the Table B for many reasons,” Arnau told Dezeen.

“The profile of the tabletop, which looks like an aeroplane wing with only four millimetres at the edge makes it very unique, and even more when it is combined with legs in such a different material as wood.”

BD Barcelona considers it an iconic design, with a tabletop shaped like a plane wing

Later on, the German designer added Chair B, Bench B and Side Table B to the extrusions collection.

In response to demand from architects, BD Barcelona has lowered the price of the Chair B in the standard natural ash finish by 30 per cent to make it more suitable for contract projects.

Later on Grcic added Chair B to the collection

Overall, Arnau said the collection pays tribute to the brand’s earliest collaborations with designers such as Oscar Tusquets Blanca, as well as the processes they would use.

“With the Extrusions collection Konstantin Grcic wanted to pay a tribute to BD’s shelving systems in extruded aluminium, which were designed by Lluis Clotet and Oscar Tusquets in the early 70s,” said Arnau.

Bench B is also part of the collection, which makes use of extruded aluminium

“I think it’s a beautiful story that almost 40 years after a contemporary designer used a manufacturing process that we use it to create completely new products.”

BD Barcelona – whose prestigious catalogue has featured designs from the Campana brothers and Jamie Hayón as well as Salvador Dalí and Antoni Gaudí – has also recently launched the REmix project in a bid to combat wastefulness in the design industry.

Its distinctive output also includes a monkey-shaped table by Jaime Hayón, a suggestively shaped vase by Ettore Sottsass, and a shanty-town-inspired cabinet by Doshi Levien.

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Architecture firm Tham & Videgård has turned a former Stockholm design college into a members club that aims to make creative professionals feel “a little spoiled”.

The Swedish architects transformed the buildings, once home to Beckmans College of Design, with dark walls and custom furnishings to make the creative space called Alma.

Alma creative space Stockholm by Tham & Videgård

They worked together with the company’s co-founder Fredrik Carlström and CEO Anna Behring Lundh, who have a strong vision for Alma’s look and feel. Taking its name from the Latin term alma mater, meaning school or university, they aim to make Alma into an institution.

“We have have used solid materials, and quality in each instance, avoiding gimmicks and more temporary design solutions,” Alma co-founder Fredrik Carlström told Dezeen. “We want to build an institution.”

Alma creative space Stockholm by Tham & Videgård

In a similar vein to the global members club network Soho House, Alma provides a mixture of working and socialising spaces for its card-holders to network.

The 2000-square-metre space in central Stockholm is actually two buildings of five floors each. In between them is a glass-roofed atrium with two floors.

Alma creative space Stockholm by Tham & Videgård

Flooded with natural light during the day, the atrium is home to a restaurant managed by chefs Martin Brag and Leo Frodell of Ett Hem. It is filled with long, communal tables and also has space for exhibitions and events.

Alma creative space Stockholm by Tham & Videgård

The smaller rooms in the buildings either side of it are darker spaces, intended to have “a warm, homely feeling”, according to Carlström.

They include formal and informal meeting rooms, breakout spaces, and areas for working solo or collaboratively.

Alma creative space Stockholm by Tham & Videgård

“We wanted it to be a warm and welcoming place, where our members and their ideas feel comfortable, inspired and a little spoiled,” Carlström said.

“We also created ‘friction points’ where we encourage collaboration.”

Alma creative space Stockholm by Tham & Videgård

In addition, Alma is home to a shop, Austere, an outpost of a concept store founded by Carlström in New York in 2014.

Carlström now intends to launch the stores in Europe, where they will sell furniture produced under the Austere brand as well as a curated selection of other goods.

Alma creative space Stockholm by Tham & Videgård

The store will also sell furniture created specifically for the Alma space.

Among the custom objects is Tham & Videgård‘s w171 alma light, produced by Wästberg. Able to be hung as a pendant or fixed to wall, the flat disc is shaped into waves that help to diffuse light.

Alma creative space Stockholm by Tham & Videgård

The architects also created tables, benches and drawers, which have been produced by Swedish manufacturer Sjölinders.

Alma creative space Stockholm by Tham & Videgård

Other pieces in the space include a mobile light installation designed for the atrium by Kasper Friis Kjeldgaard, a sofa by Carlström and Erik Järkil, and tableware by ceramist Richard Palmquist.

A herringbone pattern is used across Alma’s floorboards and tiles, adding consistency from room to room.

Alma creative space Stockholm by Tham & Videgård

While it opened its doors at Nybrogatan 8 in October 2016, Alma was spotlighted during Stockholm Design Week earlier this month, when Austere launched its first collection, named Arrow.

Dark interiors emerged as a trend during the event, as global political instability was said to be driving homeowners to “nest”.

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New York studio Tacklebox has clad the interior of this Washington DC store for skincare brand Aesop with 100-year-old recycled sticks.

For the brand’s second outpost in the US capital, it has moved into a 900-square-foot (84-square-metre) space in the historic waterfront area of Georgetown.

Aesop Georgetown by Tacklebox Architecture

Tacklebox previously designed Aesop’s kiosk made from over 1,000 copies of the New York Times at Grand Central station, and also used 25,000 brown paper lunch bags to line the interior of the OWEN boutique in the city’s Meatpacking district.

The studio, led by designer Jeremy Barbour, again opted to recycle a high volume of material at this retail space in DC.

Aesop Georgetown by Tacklebox Architecture

The team took 30,000 southern pine sticks – traditionally used to dry leaves at Georgetown’s tobacco barns – and repurposed them as a wall covering.

The individual rectangle-section rods were cut and arranged into an uneven mosaic across the eastern wall of the corner unit, creating a “dynamic rippled surface”.

Aesop Georgetown by Tacklebox Architecture

“The design is defined by local heritage, pairing a distinctive visual language with evocative materiality to weave the store into the fabric of the neighbourhood,” said Tacklebox.

Powder-coated steel display cases for the hair and skincare products puncture the wood-tiled wall.

Aesop Georgetown by Tacklebox Architecture

These face sinks in the centre of the space – a feature found in many of Aesop‘s stores worldwide, used for testing the merchandise.

Here, the dark-coloured wash basins are housed within a podium also made from southern pine.

Aesop Georgetown by Tacklebox Architecture

“These vessels symbolise the site’s unique history with bodies of water, including an adjacent natural spring which influenced the local industry,” Tacklebox said.

Glazing almost reaches floor to ceiling along the two street-facing facades, allowing plenty of natural light into the space.

Aesop Georgetown by Tacklebox Architecture

Aesop aims for each of its shops to look unique, and has worked with a large variety of designers internationally – see 10 of Dezeen’s favourites.

In a 2012 interview with Dezeen, the Australian brand’s founder Dennis Paphitis said this was to avoid “the kind of assault on the streetscape that retailers inflict through the ordinary course of mindless business”.

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Reader Sam wrote in to ask:

“I have been sorting things and found a suitcase full of old airmail letters from my parents. I want to scan and save them as they go back to the 1950s. What is the best way to scan, organize, and sometimes translate them into English? Any advice is welcome as I want to start the project soon. Is it best to scan all of them first or organise them one-by-one?”

Thank you for this great question Sam. How exciting to find your parents’ airmail letters! It is a wonderful portion of your family history that deserves to be preserved. Paper, especially airmail paper, ages quickly and can become brittle so you are wise to embark on this conservation project.

I would suggest that you first organize the letters and then scan them. This way you will know exactly what you have before beginning the scanning process. Because airmail paper is delicate, you should handle it with cotton gloves to prevent oil or dirt from your fingers damaging the letters.

It is probably easiest to sort the letters by date. Don’t be too fastidious on your first sort through. You can do a first run by separating the letters by year and then second sort by separating each year by month.

Store the letters in acid-free boxes, preferably unfolded. Be very careful in unfolding the letters and straightening the creases. You do not want to damage the paper. Do not use tape or glue to fix torn letters. If you are worried about a letter falling apart, place it in an acid-free sheet protector. By storing the letters in the acid-free boxes, you are keeping them protected while waiting to be scanned.

Scanning can be a rather long process and there are a few things to think about before you start.

Use a flatbed scanner. Scanners with auto-feed could very easily rip or tear your letters beyond repair.

You want the electronic version of the letter to retain the quality of the original document yet be of a reasonable file size. You may need to scan one letter at several different quality levels (colour or greyscale; 200, 400, 600 dpi; JPG, TIFF or PDF) to determine what the right balance is.

Once you’ve found the correct settings, scan one letter and note the file size. Multiply the file size by the number of letters you have and add about 20%. This will be the amount of space the files take on your hard drive. Should you need to, purchase an external hard drive on which to store your files.

Once you have determined the scanning parameters, decide on a file name format. Personally, I prefer a combination of date and name. For example, 19580214_Mom2Dad.pdf would be a letter sent on February 14th, 1958 from your mother to your father. By using the format YYYYMMDD_name, all of the files will stay in chronological order on your hard drive.

Now you can begin your scanning process. Remember to handle the letters carefully and wear the cotton gloves. Once scanned, you can return the letter to its acid-free storage box. You can leave an index card between two letters as a bookmark in case you don’t get finished scanning the entire box in one sitting. Do not use paperclips or staples as they can warp or rip the paper.

When you’ve completed scanning, send the electronic files for translation and keep your original documents preserved. You can name the electronic translation as YYYYMMDD_name_translated

If you’d like to keep a paper copy of the translation with the original letter, use an archival pen to write the translation on archival paper. Home printers do not have archival quality ink and the ink may do damage to your airmail letters if they are stored together.

If you’re having difficulty deciding how to scan your letters, take a few to your local archive or a nearby college/university’s archives department. They should be able to provide recommendations. Some community archives will, for a fee, take on a private conservation project. If the archives cannot help you, they may be able to recommend a private company who would be able to convert your paper documents to electronic ones. If you choose to take this path, we recommend that you organize and properly store your letters first.

All the best of luck with your family heritage project Sam!

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Whenever I need to travel with a clothes hanger, I use this awful plastic thing:

Beyond the fact that it’s flat and that the hook folds down, there really isn’t much design effort making this a travel-friendly item. With its broad outline it’s awkward to pack, and I’m always worried the thing is going to snap if weight is placed across it.

I don’t need a travel hanger often enough to seek out a good one, but I just came across this clever design, the Y002 by Japanese design brand Y:

Just a piece of leather and two pieces of wood. Thin enough to slip into a bag while hardly taking up any space. An almost-perfect choice of materials. I say “almost” because the designers do acknowledge one flaw, translated from Japanese here: “Since we are using real leather, if you use wet or humid clothing, or when used in a humid place, leather dyes may be transferred to clothing.”

The katakana in that last photo indicates the two wood options: Mahogany up top, and the lower one is made from Ramin, a tropical hardwood found in Southeast Asia.

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With just one easy gesture, the Lyrea lamp makes it possible to get exactly the type of glow you need! Its simplistic yet innovative construction makes it possible to change from soft, indirect light to direct light with a simple gesture. Inside the partially frosted blown glass, a copper leaf turns around a LED light bulb hidden in the aluminium body. By sliding the handle around, you can adjust the quantity of direct light or have it spread out.

Designers: Amélie Claudin & Julien Vignal of JUAM Studio

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Little Dragon: High


Along with a video for their glistening new track “High,” Swedish band Little Dragon has announced a North American tour that will begin in April. The first release from the four-piece since 2014’s Nabuma Rubberband, the song is sexy, hazy and spacey……

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Sumptuous Landscape After a Volcanic Eruption https://hastalaideas.com/sumptuous-landscape-after-a-volcanic-eruption/?pk_campaign=feed&pk_kwd=sumptuous-landscape-after-a-volcanic-eruption https://hastalaideas.com/sumptuous-landscape-after-a-volcanic-eruption/?pk_campaign=feed&pk_kwd=sumptuous-landscape-after-a-volcanic-eruption#respond Wed, 15 Feb 2017 17:10:12 +0000 https://hastalaideas.com/sumptuous-landscape-after-a-volcanic-eruption/ Le photographe belge Yuri Andries s’est rendu à Lanzarote, aux Îles Canaries pour sa série In Memory of A Monolithe. Cette mystérieuse série raconte la survie de l’humanité dans un chaos crée par une éruption volcanique. Cela n’est pas sans rappeler les événements du 18 ème siècle, et l’éruption du volcan entre 1730 et 1736.

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Le photographe belge Yuri Andries s’est rendu à Lanzarote, aux Îles Canaries pour sa série In Memory of A Monolithe. Cette mystérieuse série raconte la survie de l’humanité dans un chaos crée par une éruption volcanique. Cela n’est pas sans rappeler les événements du 18 ème siècle, et l’éruption du volcan entre 1730 et 1736.









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Au cœur de l’hiver, les paysages révèlent de nouveaux reliefs, mais aussi, de toutes autres couleurs. Immaculée, la nature se mue en un décor onirique. Et quoi de plus impressionnant que de découvrir les paysages hivernaux depuis des points de vue inaccessibles, en particulier aériens.

Voici une sélection d’images à couper le souffle, prises depuis le ciel. Une façon de découvrir la saison la plus froide de l’année comme vous ne pouvez que rarement l’apercevoir. Et pour cause, cette perspective spectaculaire est désormais accessible grâce aux nouvelles technologies telles que les drones, qui permettent aujourd’hui de capturer des image depuis des hauteurs impressionnantes, et ce, sans avoir besoin de monter à bord d’un hélicoptère.

Découvrez ci-dessous une sélection de photos issues de la collection Premium proposée par Adobe Stock, la banque d’images intégrée au Creative Cloud. Une invitation à l’évasion à travers des perspectives aériennes étonnantes. Ne reste plus qu’à vous laisser guider…

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Matt Johnson expose actuellement Wood sculpture à la 303 gallery, New York. L’exposition, comme son nom l’indique, est une sélection de pièces reflétant l’abandon en bois sculpté, plié et peint. L’artiste sculpte des pièces destinées aux ordures, tout en préservant leurs fragilité.






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