White Young Innovative directed by Giulio Cappellini
The studio will take part in “White in the City”, a series of prestigious locations direction Giulio Cappellini.
White Young Innovative is one of these events, featuring internationally established designers under 40, supported by partner companies, who represent the future of design.
Class Editori Space in Via Burigozzo 1/B, Milan
Opening 4-9 April 11 am – 9 pm
Curated by Jonida Turani
Art Director Giulio Cappellini
The studio will collaborate with Tollman’s
We worked with drawings done by children with cancer, to construct a 3D printed figure which was gifted to the children.
Lignes de capiton is on Pamono
Lignes de capiton can be purchase at the prestigious Pamono website for innovative design.
Plasto Ispack 2016
The studio will take part in Plasto Ispack, dedicated to innovation in the plastic industry.
Curated by Gil Royter
New project launch
A new project will be launched at the Salone del Mobile – Milan 2016
Join us with the group exhibition of RCA graduates at the collective show of Form&Seek.
Fresh paint 2016
Dafi will give a lecture at fresh paint 2016
Holon institute of Technology
Dafi will give a lecture about her work at the Holon institute of Technology.
Dafi will give a lecture about her work at the Design Museum Holon
The studio will take part at the prototypes & experiments VIII exhibition.
Design Museum Holon blog
The Holon design Museum reports on our LDF show in Here.
London design festival
The studio will take part at the MATTER OF STUFF LDF 2015 exhibition
Open house TLV
The CAD weaving stools are part of Hagit Bornstein art collection.
Bornstein’s unique house is taking part in the open house TLV – event, 33 HaHashmal St.
CAD weaving jars – Tollmans
The CAD weaving jars now available at Tollmans
Made in Yeruham
We are on Matter of stuff
The studio’s objects are now available on the Matter of stuff website.
We are on WGSN
WGSN trend report website selected the CAD weaving technology as inspiration for the Knit&Jersey Forecast A/W 16/17 !!!
We are on L’arcobaleno – USA
The CAD weaving jars and the 75% control rectangular stool are now part of L’arcobaleno unique collection, and available to order here.
Keren Bar-Gil gallery
Keren Bar-Gil gallery winter salon at Corten House, Savyon Israel.
Exhibiting at Shoplifters
Exhibiting many of the studio objects with Keren Bar-Gil gallery at Shoplifters, Jaffa – Tel Aviv.
Read more about the show in Sigal Namir article:
Fresh Paint Exhibition
75% rectangular stool and the new CAD weaving jars at fresh paint exhibition.
Rihutim innovation competition
75% control stool , won the third price in Rihutim 2015 innovation competition!!
London design festival
We are taking part at the show during London design festival.
75% control rectangular stool on design junction year catalogue
75% control featured
75% control rectangular stool featured in Designer Magazine of Haaretz
75% Control at John Lewis exhibition
75% control – rectangular stool is part of the John Lewis exhibition celebrating it’s 150 years anniversary,
on Oxford street , London.
75% Control – Salone del Mobile
If you happen to be in Milan – Salone del Mobile please join us to:
STAND BY, FURNITURE FROM ROYAL COLLEGE OF ART GRADUATES
This exhibition presents RCA’s thight and unique sellection of 6 very new projects from Design Products alumni.
It includes 75% control new rectangular stool. Hope to see you there!
75% control at Heals
Stools from 75% control edition will be on sale at Heals as part of the WORKS show for Heals Discover Craft event.
Milan June 2013 (p. 81)
London Design Festival
75% Control at Interni Magazine
Our project 75% CONTROL was published in the annual design magazine Fourisalone INTERNI,
Milan June 2013 (p. 81)
75% Control at Salone del Mobile
75% control chair and stools in our exhibition during Salone del mobile 2013, Lambrate at “WORKs”
Come and Visit Us at Salone del Mobile
We are delighted to invite you to our private view on Wednesday 10th of April, 7-10pm in Ventura Lambrate, intersection of Via dei Canzi and Via Gactano Crespi.
WORKs is a group of young creatives based on London, England.
The works range from contemporary furniture, to interactive installations, to more narrative-based pieces;
all aiming to challenge the perception of design and provoke a change that could fundamentally shape our future world.
This collective is an assembly of Royal College of Art graduates, from various departments that pursue the development and promotion of individual work yet on a cross-fertilizing platform.
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