Monthly Archives: December 2010

* Design Gallerist wishes you a happy new year 2011!

*Brit Insurance Design Awards 2011 coming soon… Brit Insurance Designs of the Year 2011 opens on Wednesday 16 February 2011 so watch out for news of the projects nominated, judges for the awards and exhibition details all revealed on the … Continue reading

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MAARTEN BAAS . Set of six prototype “Clay” chairs.Painted synthetic clay, metal. Hand-made by Baas & den Herder, The Netherlands. Each chair back inset with metal lettering “BAAS”

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Knotted chair by Marcel Wander

This lightweight chair combines industrial techniques and handcrafting. A thread constructed of aramid and carbon fibres, is knotted into the shape of a chair and then impregnated with epoxy resin and hung in a frame to dry, leaving the final … Continue reading

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The Dock Christmas Market Opening Night 17 December 2010

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Marc Newson * Unique Pieces

Marc Newson is one of the most accomplished and influential designers of his generation. At 45, he has already worked across a wide range of disciplines to create everything from chairs, household objects, a bicycle and a concept car to … Continue reading

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Charlie Davidson*Sunniside

Charlie Davidson*Sunniside Davidson Streetwalk Stools come alive on the streets of Sunderland with the turning on of the interactive sound and light installation commissioned as part of an ongoing redevelopment of the  Sunniside area.

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Art & Design : Mattia Bonetti

The Spanish designer has recently produced a range of objects inspired by Japanese culture – each featuring a unique artwork- for ceramics company Choemon. In particular, it’s the culture of the dinner table – a realm Choemon have been designing … Continue reading

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